cosign a student loan

Cosign a Student Loan: Pros and Cons

Federal student loans may be a cost-effective option for financing college. Students can however quickly exceed the aggregate and annual borrowing limits. Here we present some information about cosign a student loan. The College Board reported that attendance at in-state public four-year schools costs $26,590 compared to $53,980 at private universities. The fact that undergraduate first-year […]

Is Biden's recent rounds of student loan forgiveness working

Are Joe Biden Recent Rounds Of Student Loan Forgiveness Working?

Biden student loan forgiveness is the cancellation of a loan as part of some federal forgiveness program. Once approved, such plans eliminate any remaining loan payments hence ridding the student of debt. The most common is for those belonging to a particular profession such as teaching or army. However, these programs are only for federal […]

Corinthian Colleges Files for Bankruptcy – Good News for Student with Loans

Corinthian Colleges Files for Bankruptcy – Good News for Student with Loans

Corinthian Colleges Student Loans Corinthian Colleges, until recently one of the country’s largest for-profit higher education chains, filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy this Monday, one week after shutting down its remaining campuses. There is good news for student with loans. This marks the climax of the collapse of the company that was once praised on […]

The Art Institute Shutting Down 15 Locations, Loan Forgiveness Available

The Art Institutes Shutting Down 15 Locations Education Management Corp., the operator of The Art Institute schools, is shutting down 15 of The Art Institute locations that’s why loan forgiveness is available. The Illinois Institute of Art-Tinley Park isn’t accepting any new students and will remain open for two years so the 225 students currently […]

President Obama’s Student Loan Forgiveness Program in 2016

Obama Student Loan Forgiveness Programs

OBAMA ADMINISTRATION MAKING AN EFFORT TO REGULATE STUDENT LOANS Options are now available for private and federal student loans NEW TOOLS HAVE BEEN CREATED FOR FUTURE STUDENTS WHEREAS GREAT PLANS EXIST FOR CURRENT AND FORMER STUDENT LOAN REPAYMENT Obama’s Fabled Student Loan Forgiveness The William D. Ford Direct Loan Program (also known as Obama Forgiveness […]

Public Service Loan Forgiveness Programs- Forgive Federal Direct Student Loans

Public Service Loan Forgiveness Programs- Forgive Federal Direct Student Loans

November 13th. 2015, Public Service Loan Forgiveness Programs Update Qualifying programs constitute government organizations (federal, state, local, or tribal), 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations, AmeriCorps, and PeaceCorps. Additionally, the borrower must be in a qualifying repayment plan to truly receive forgiveness. Qualifying repayment programs are Pay As You Earn, Income-Based Repayment, and Income-Contingent Repayment. The Public Service […]

REPAYE Made Simple: Revised Pay As You Earn

Drowning in federal student loan debt? Don’t panic — you’re not doomed to spend the rest of your life slurping Ramen and sleeping in your parents’ basement while barely chipping away at your monthly payments. Thankfully, the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) has finally released the details of its latest income-driven repayment plan, the Revised […]