Marriage can be a wondrous thing – even when both partners have student loan debt. Two sets of loans doesn’t have to mean double the worry. Read on to learn how married couples can cope with student loan debt.
Photo: David M. Goehring I posted a question on my Twitter account a few weeks ago and I was pleasantly surprised to get dozens of answers to my impromptu credit quiz. In fact, I got so many that I decided...
A few years ago, I found myself in a state of career transition. As I looked for a company that would hire me solely on the basis of having a few skills and a lot of promise, I was forced to listen to a barrage of advice from those closest to me. The overwhelming prescription for curing my professional ills? Graduate school.
Have you carved out a space in your budget for your student loan payment? Don’t panic. Follow the seven steps in this article, and you can secure an affordable payment on any budget. You’ll also learn how to postpone payments if you need it.
Whether it’s a mortgage, a student loan, a car loan — or the good (bad) old credit card debt, most Americans at some point in their lives borrow. And when that time comes for you, it pays off — literally — to understand how much that debt truly costs you. That means you shouldn’t just look at your monthly payment or the original amount you’ve borrowed.