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The price of a college education continues to increase, but so does the earning potential of college graduates. So why are today's graduates struggling so much with their debt and how can they get on track on their student loans?
MMI talks to Michael about his journey to repay debt.
Why are people so worried about student loan debt? Why wouldnt they be?
Income Based Repayment (IBR) is a program launched in July 2009 that allows qualifying Federal student loan debtors to base their student loan payments on their income.
As student loan debt continues to be the single largest form of consumer debt, it is no surprise that scammers have been hard at work targeting vulnerable borrowers strapped with unmanageable student debt.
My fiancé has a student loan from almost 10 years ago totaling about $13,000. Could his lack of payment affect my credit score?
Student loan debt is out of control, but how did it get that way? And who's to blame?
Student loan borrowers are defaulting on their loans at an alarming rate. Here's why recent grads need to reach out for help before they start to struggle.
Most student loan debt will follow today's graduates for decades, but there are a few programs available that forgive large portions of that debt. Here's how you can take advantage...
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