The student loan crisis made community colleges a popular choice for students. Why? Good professors, a chance for personal development, career choices, cheaper tuition and a unique community.
Credit builder loans are loans specifically designed for people who have no credit scores or bad credit scores. These loans are an excellent way to rebuild your credit through on-time payments.
Credit score can drop for reasons that seem counter-intuitive, and we list them along with an in-depth look at the shortcomings of credit scoring systems.
Bankruptcy law and something called the “Brunner Test” make it extremely difficult to discharge your student loans through bankruptcy. Two court cases, one lawyer and one research paper explain why.
A good credit score is a tremendous financial asset. By practicing a few simple habits and mindsets, you can get and keep a good credit score and get great offers from lenders.
Fannie Mae recently announced a new program in which borrowers with mortgages and student loans can take a cash-out refinance to pay for certain student loans under certain conditions. Our guide looks at the pros and cons and helps you understand whether it’s the right choice for you.
The results of Experian’s 2016 State of Credit spurs questions about how where you live, how much you earn and how old you are affect your credit scores.
As today’s students question whether or not it’s worth it to go to college, we’ve found the advantages of going to college outweigh the disadvantages.
The U.S. government’s student aid department offers borrowers three ways to discharge your federal student loans, but each one has its own limitations.
Student loan debt is at an all-time high and because of that untrustworthy companies are popping up everywhere promising you lower payments and loan forgiveness.
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