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How Do I Know if Student Loans Will Take My Tax Return?
If you have defaulted student loans, you may not receive a tax refund. Read more to learn how student loans may take your tax return.
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Tax Deductible Donations
Charitable contributions are one of the best ways to save money on taxes. Read on to learn more about tax deductible donations.
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How to Check Balance of Student Loans
Knowing the balance of your student loans can help you stay organized about your finances. Read on to learn how to check your student loan balance.
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Does Bankruptcy Clear Student Loans?
As you manage your finances, you may be wondering how a declaration of bankruptcy can affect your student loans. Check out this guide to learn more.
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Private College Tuition Discounts at All-Time High
College tuition is almost always most expensive at private institutions, but tuition discounts have increased. Read on to learn more.
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Economist's Career Guide
Economics is a broad discipline that can lead to a variety of career paths. To learn more, read this economist’s career guide.
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Top Skills Employers Seek in College Graduates
College graduates learn many important skills in college, but there are certain skills that employers especially seek in college graduates.
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How Long Are Student Loans Deferred?
Deferment has a big effect on how you address your student loans. Check out this guide to learn how long student loans are deferred
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How To Reduce the Cost of College
College is expensive for all students, but fortunately there are several measure you can take to reduce the cost of college.
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Are student loans tax deductible?
Deducting your student loans from your taxes could help you save a lot of money. Read on to learn if your student loans are tax deductible.
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How many people have student loans?
Currently, there are roughly 42.8 million student loan borrowers in the United States alone. Specifically, the average public university student takes out $32,000 to receive their bachelor's degree.
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How are student loan payments calculated?
By learning about how student loan payments are calculated, you can prevent potential errors in your payments, saving you time and money.
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Should I consolidate my student loans?
There are many ways you can deal with your student loans, and as you consider your options, you may be wondering if you should consolidate your student loans.
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Career Guides for College Students
Your college major doesn’t necessarily dictate your future job, but it can give you some direction. Check out these career guides for college students for more.
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Creating a budget for college
In addition to paying tuition, college students must also budget for expensive costs of living. Check out this guide to learn how to create a college budget.
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How is college financed?
Since students of all different economic backgrounds attend college, you may be wondering how exactly college is financed. Read this guide to find out.
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How to avoid scholarship scams
Scholarships are a great source of aid, but there are those who take advantage of people with financial need. Check out this guide to avoid scholarship scams.
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What are unsubsidized loans?
As you look into different financial aid options, you should learn about the difference between subsidized and unsubsidized loans.
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How to graduate college debt free
College is expensive, but there are measures you can take to alleviate the high cost. Check out this guide to learn how to graduate college debt free.
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Unpacking free college tuition
Although college is incredibly expensive, there are still programs that offer students free college tuition. Read on to unpack free college tuition.
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Do I qualify for student loan forgiveness?
Student loan forgiveness has been a popular topic of discussion as of late. Check out this guide to see if you could qualify.
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Is college worth the investment?
College is an expensive endeavor, but it can also open doors to many future opportunities. Read on to learn if college is worth the investment.
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What happens to student loans when you die?
Education debt in America is a long-fought battle, with only 24% of adults in the United States having completely paid off their student loan debt, whether private or federal. Paying off student loans completely can take years, but anything can happen during that time. While it can be a heavy subject to imagine, most borrowers aren't sure how death affects their student loans. Depending on what kind of loan you take, the answer differs. It is important to understand what happens to student loan
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When will student loans be forgiven?
If you are hoping to be forgiven for your student loans, you will likely be wondering when student loans will be forgiven. Read on to find out.
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When referring to student loans, what is a grace period?
Knowing how your student loan payments will be scheduled can help you stay on top of your finances. Read on to learn about student loan grace periods.
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What happens if you don't pay student loans?
Paying off your student loans can be complicated, so you may be wondering about what happens if you don’t do so. Check out this guide to learn the answer.
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How to Get an Athletic Scholarship
Athletic scholarships are highly competitive, so receiving one can be a complicated process. Check out this guide to learn about how you can get an athletic scholarship.
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Why students do not apply for financial aid
Higher education is undeniably expensive, but many students do not apply for aid. Read on to learn why these students are not applying for financial aid.
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What is the average interest rate on a student loan?
Being aware of the student loan interest can help you understand your own finances. Read on to learn about the average interest rate on a student loan.
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When do you have to start paying student loans?
As the time to repay student loans approaches, you should be sure to note when you have to start paying those student loans.