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1. Will Interest Rates on Direct Loans Rise in the Future?
August 03, 2014

As the interest rate on federal student loans has seen an increase in the past year (starting on July 1, 2014) some are worried that the rise in Direct Loans is going to cause a problem. In the 2013-14 school year, Direct Loans saw a record low in interest rates at just 3.86 percent for undergraduate students and 5.41 percent for graduate students. For the 2014-15 school year, however, these numbers have rise and now Direct Loans carry a 4.66 percent interest rate for undergraduates and 6.21 percent for graduates. That doesn’t seem like such a large increase, but why is it such a concern.... (read more)

Author: kriss01 kriss01

2. Student Debt Relief Needs to Stay
August 01, 2014

With the changes that President Barack Obama has suggested for student loans to further debt relief of students that are having trouble paying, he is getting a lot of push from the other side. Many politicians don’t feel like the borrowers are under enough hardship to the point where they need more debt relief. However, students need all of the debt relief that they can get. With the amount of tuition rising ever higher, students are required to take more and more out in loans to achieve their dreams of being college graduates. Many of the politicians that are in office today don’t qu... (read more)

Author: kriss01 kriss01

3. Student Loan Help With College Costs and Repayment Opportunities
October 31, 2013

Direct Loans are what the Department of Education offers for federal student loan help in affording the expensive cost of a college education. Most financial advisers would recommend that both student and parent apply for the most help through the federal government prior to using private lenders. The government offers lower interest rates for their loans and benefits to repayment plans. *Direct Subsidized Loans are given to undergraduates. The amount given is based on year in school and financial need. Subsidized loans will have the interest charges taken care of by the government while th... (read more)

Author: Holly Petherbridge

4. 'Lower My Student Loan' With The Best Federal Relief Plan
October 29, 2013

If you have been struggling to pay your monthly student loan bills year after year, but have now gotten to the point of frustration, you can 'lower my student loan' without hurting your credit. Maybe you were too proud to ask for help or maybe you just didn't know you could ask for help. The federal government has payment relief options available for eligible loans. They are not charity. Qualifying for a student loan relief plan is an opportunity for everyday people to pay off their debt while limiting the strain on their working budget. Too often, we hear about people who give up on repayi... (read more)

Author: Holly Petherbridge

5. Student Loan Forgiveness: New Jersey Hopeful For Physician Incentives
October 22, 2013

Federal student loan forgiveness programs were designed to encourage students to attend school for public service degrees and stay employed in that field. Under this program a borrower may be eligible for forgiveness of a portion of their loan. An individual must maintain full-time employment by a certain employer and make 120 qualified payments to receive relief. This incentive gives back to the community by keeping employed individuals in the area. New Jersey is hoping to use the student loan forgiveness incentive to keep physicians in their state. With the state of New Jersey already exp... (read more)

Author: Holly Petherbridge

6. Student Loan Consolidation: Research Other Debt Relief Options First
October 18, 2013

We often hear talk about refinancing loans, but when it comes to federal student loan consolidation, there are many more benefits enjoy. Refinancing is making payments more affordable. Consolidating places two or more loans into one. The monthly payments are lower, interest rates are lower and the budget relief it brings is immense. The affordability usually overrides the fact that a person who refinances or consolidates pays more in the long run. When it comes to student loans most debtors have more than one and are trying to find an easier and more affordable way to manage the cost. The f... (read more)

Author: Holly Petherbridge

7. Student Loan Help: Available to Obtain and Repay Loans
October 17, 2013

Oftentimes, federal student loan help is thought of as the ticket to get through college. What needs to be addressed is the fact that the money given out by the government is not guaranteed to anyone who applies. What is guaranteed is the debt relief afterward for those who are eligible. There always seems to be a catch. You have to qualify for loans as well as relief. When looking for federal loans, parents, guidance counselors and a college's financial aid office will all work to help a student connect to college loans. One of the best aspects of student loan help is that there are plenty... (read more)

Author: Holly Petherbridge

8. Student Loan Debt Relief: Federal Benefits Rescue Potential Problems
October 15, 2013

It may shock you to know just how many people have not taken advantage of federal student loan debt relief programs. With about 20 million Americans attending college every year, is estimated that at least 60% of students use some sort of loan to afford college costs. There are about 37 million Americans with outstanding student loan debt and at least 14% of these people have one or more loan payments past due. Since federal student loans are accompanied with payment benefits, it is important to spread the word and motivate people to apply for debt relief programs. It's tough enough to mana... (read more)

Author: Holly Petherbridge

9. Student Loan Debt Relief: Don't Miss Out On Savings
October 13, 2013

There are several ways to qualify for income-based student loan debt relief when federal loans are used to pay for college. Depending on the type of loan, your income and family size you may find the perfect plan to bring debt relief upon your finances. The relief potential is significant enough to change the direction of financial matters for families at any debt level. Income-based repayment programs will the income from the previous year along with family size to calculate a percentage of discretionary income as the loan payment. An earlier repayment plan will use only 15% of this discre... (read more)

Author: Holly Petherbridge

10. Student Loan Debt: Set Your Sights On Graduating With Small Debt
October 12, 2013

If there is any consolation to being deep in debt, the more federal student loan debt you owe, the more relief there is to be had. That is good news, right? For those who owe hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal college debt, it is great news. If you can decrease how much debt you have to acquire to get your diploma, it would be even better. For those of you who are eligible for loan forgiveness plans,120 payments towards your loans will bring lots of student loan debt relief along with it, especially if income based payments are part of the plan as well. Income based programs wil... (read more)

Author: Holly Petherbridge

11. Student Loan Forgiveness: Which Program Offers You Relief?
October 11, 2013

Figuring out which student loan forgiveness programs you may qualify for is not a simple task. It will take time and effort on the borrower's part in order to figure out which program applies to their personal situation. For some of the more advertised programs, your degree and employment will qualify for partial loan forgiveness. The other forgiveness options are something which you may need to either educate yourself on or hire someone to do it for you. There are different government programs which provide student loan forgiveness relief. Public service workers, especially teachers, have ... (read more)

Author: Holly Petherbridge

12. Who Is Eligible For Student Loan Forgiveness?
October 10, 2013

Over two-thirds of the students that graduate from college have taken out student loans to pay for their education. The average student loan debt that college graduates have exceeds $20,000. It is tough to start your adult life deep in debt, but this is the situation that is faced by many college students. There is nothing wrong with taking out student loans to pay for college, but it is also a good idea to have a plan to repay the loans that will work. If you fail to pay your student loan or make late payments on your loan, it will affect your credit. It could make it difficult for you to ... (read more)

Author: kedy jk

13. Student Loan Forgiveness: One In Four Qualify, Do You?
October 08, 2013

If you knew that one in four American workers are eligible for student loan forgiveness programs, would you take a closer look at your debt? The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has taken aim to educate the public about loan relief options. Informing students about relief options before graduation will hopefully empower them to proactively handle their student loan debt efficiently. It is a positive course of action but it does not resolve the millions in financial trouble right now. The Department of Education offers many types of loan relief programs but if you don't apply for them, y... (read more)

Author: Holly Petherbridge

14. Student Loan Help: Complex Repayment Programs Will Bring Relief
October 05, 2013

People looking for federal student loan help are often seeking lower monthly payments. With student debt figures topping credit card debt, it is no wonder there are so many households needing assistance. Just like any other debt, it is important to stay current on payments while covering all other living costs. Some people tend to avoid college debt when instead - they could take advantage of federal student loan repayment plans. Standard Repayment Plan This plan carries less interest than other plans; the minimum possible payment is $50 per month up to 10 years. All Direct Loans and Fed... (read more)

Author: Holly Petherbridge

15. Teacher Loan Forgiveness: Bringing Relief to Many Household Budgets
October 02, 2013

Federal relief programs include teacher loan forgiveness plans to help offset the cost of student loan debt. In many areas of the U.S., a teacher's salary is enough to keep the household running, but with student loan debt, the budget will often have a tough time affording the large debt payments. There are many teachers who have to take on second jobs or leave the profession all together to obtain a larger salary paying position in order to make ends meet. Where many school districts expect applicants to have earned their Master's degree, six years of college tuition and expenses is a heav... (read more)

Author: Holly Petherbridge

16. Student Loan Forgiveness Programs: Educating Public Service Workers
September 25, 2013

With the U.S. student loan debt creeping up on $1 trillion, it is a shame that more people are not taking advantage of student loan forgiveness programs offered by the Department of Education. The Consumer Finance Protection Bureau is working on a plan to educate those with student loan debt about their repayment options and rights. The CFPB efforts are focused on the 33 million people working in "public service" jobs. Federal student loan forgiveness programs are aimed at those working in the following fields - armed forces, teachers, emergency service personnel, social workers and other q... (read more)

Author: Holly Petherbridge

17. Student Loan Consolidation: Federal Interest Hike Sparked Growing Need
September 25, 2013

Now that the interest rate has doubled for those taking out new student loans, it has those with current bills seriously considering student loan consolidation programs. The fear for many was based on not understanding what the July 1 rate doubling meant. the panic of double interest coming in the mail was felt by many. For those with outstanding loans, there is no need to fear the new rates. The higher interest will only affect student loans approved after July 1. The rates will only affect government backed loans, the last of the loans to be at a higher interest rate. Private student loan... (read more)

Author: Holly Petherbridge

18. Student Loan Help: A Small Cost May Be Worth Your Stress
September 21, 2013

The need for student loan help is not only for college graduates. There are many students who failed to finish their degree. Whether students drop out or change their life course student loans will begin as soon as the grace period is over. For those students who finish school, the student loan grace period typically begins 6 months after graduation. For those students who do not finish, the six months begin after they stop their education. On a good note, since schooling was not finished, there may be less debt to deal with. Without the income to afford monthly loan payments, student loan ... (read more)

Author: Holly Petherbridge

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