Student loan entrance counseling is required before you can receive your first undergraduate or graduate federal student loan. Learn why.
The CARES Act forbearance on federal student loans is set to expire on January 31, 2022. Here’s what to do when student loans unpause.
Two federal loan servicers have recently announced they will not renew their contracts. Learn why student loan servicers are dropping out.
Borrowers with FFELP loans can federally consolidate them or refinance them with private lenders. Here are the pros and cons of both options.
We examine the pros and cons of REPAYE, including its interest subsidy, to see if it might be a good fit for your student loan situation.
Some student loan experts think that a fourth payment pause and interest waive extension announcement could be coming soon. Here’s why.
Income-Contingent Repayment (ICR) is the oldest income-driven repayment plan and the only one that’s available to Parent PLUS Loan borrowers.
There are a few obstacles and opportunities related to borrowing and repaying federal student loans for expats. Here’s what you need to know.
If you want a great overview of parent loans to help pay for college, this is it. Look at your options as well as some alternatives.
We provide a head-to-head comparison of IBR vs. PAYE to help you decide which of these income-driven repayment plans may be right for you.
A Grad PLUS loan is a Department of Education loan that can cover up to the full cost of attendance for graduate or professional students.