student loan debt
Which State Has the Highest Student Loan Debt?
Who is Most Likely to Default on Student Loans?
Student Loan Payments Might be the Top Gift of 2018
Student Debt Infographic: High Costs Increase by Generation
Give Your Grad the Gift of Financial Education
Each year over a million college students strut across the stage – donning their cap and gown, diploma and more often than not student loan debt averaging $27,253. But according to a study by Arkansas State University, they often lack one skill – financial education. With graduation season upon us, while you may be thinking […]
College graduates less likely to be trapped by credit card debt
By Kelly Dilworth If you’re thinking about skipping college in order to avoid becoming saddled with too much debt, you may want to think twice about your decision. College graduates not only earn substantially more over the course of their lifetimes. They’re also much less likely to become mired in high-interest credit card debt, according […]
Tax Refund: 5 Good vs. Better Ways to Use It
What Happens When You Default on Your Student loans
A considerable number of college graduates are finding it hard to pay off their student loans as the economy remains sluggish and the unemployment rate remains steady. While we always advise readers to pay off all debt in an effort to establish financial wellness and independence, it is especially important to pay off student loans. […]