Student loans paused all the way back in March 2020—that was years ago now! It’s been so long there are some recent graduates who have NEVER made a student loan payment since they’ve gotten their diploma. Other borrowers have paid off their balance, others have used the time to pay off other debts,
Is it Wrong to Take Student Loan Forgiveness? A little over a month and a half ago, Joe Biden announced a sweeping student loan forgiveness program. He claimed that many low- to middle-income borrowers would receive $10,000 in forgiveness, and those with Pell Grants would get $20,000. This left
Last week we discussed some of the latest trends when it comes to going to college. This week's blog will discuss how to pay off those big student loans and how to go to college without any student loan debt.
Last week one of the major news stories was congress debating on whether or not to allow student loan interest rates to rise later this summer. According to the book “The Two Income Trap,” 97% of Americans believe that they need a college degree to become successful. With the consistent rise of
“Sacrificing to win.” We have all heard that saying. The question is, is the sacrifice really worth the win? The obvious answer is yes.