Avoiding Student Debt

Though it seems impossible avoiding the hardship of student debt, even to some degree, there are ways to keep your debt manageable. Of course, once you graduate, it won’t feel that way because lenders will pummel you eager for you to begin reimbursement. Take a deep breath- we get it! Tips: Avoiding Student Debt First […]

How to Put Your Student Loan Tax Credits to Work

How to Put Your Student Loan Tax Credits to Work?

You’ve worked hard to make payments on your student loan debt all year. Now it’s time to take advantage of the tax credits available when filing your tax return. The credits ultimately reduce your taxable income, simply because you paid for interest on your qualified loans or related educational expenses in the prior year. According […]

Presidential Candidates’ Outlook on Higher Education

Presidential Candidates’ Outlook on Higher Education

As the state primaries continue, it’s important to pause and take a look at where each candidate stands on higher education reform. The four candidates that have shared detailed plans include Jeb Bush, Hillary Clinton, Marco Rubio, and Bernie Sanders. The candidate’s proposals include recommendations on federal student loans and grants, college accountability, tuition fees, private […]