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If you have children, there's a good chance they may end up in college someday. And you might like to help pay for that college education. But are you financially prepared to help? Can you afford to make saving for college a priority right now?
As America continues its long recovery from the financial collapse of 2008, we’ve become increasingly comfortable taking on debt. National consumer debt will near $12.4 trillion before the year is out, compared $11.7 just six years ago.
Increasingly, start-up companies are diving into the business of student loan refinance. Where traditional lenders have never shown much interest in student loans, these new lenders see potential. But is that a good thing? And are you a good candidate for student loan refinance?
Apparently the folks at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) aren’t big fans of debt collection robocalls, either.
U.S. Marshals in Texas recently arrested a number of very surprised people. The crime? Failure to pay their student loans. Could it happen to you?
A reader asks, "Will filing for bankruptcy prevent me from getting into college or receiving student aid?"
Find out which college degrees give you the best debt-to-income ratio...and which give you the worst?
You can call them Boomerang Kids. You can call it Failure to Launch Syndrome. Whatever you call it, the fact is this – young adults are coming back home more than ever before. The question for you is can you afford it?
A creditor may tell you that your debt has been forgiven, but that doesn't mean you don't have to pay.
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