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Student Loan Payoff vs. Investing vs. Saving

Student Loan Payoff vs. Investing vs. Saving

This is a guest post from Miranda Marquit, a financial journalist. She writes for a number of publications about subjects related to money. You can read more of her writing at PlantingMoneySeeds.com. When you have a mountain of student loan debt, it’s tempting to pay...

Student Loan Resources (Part 10 of Series)

Student Loan Resources (Part 10 of Series)

Here are some of the tools and resources we have compiled related to managing your student loans. Refinance Lender Links Below is a list of lenders (not a comprehensive list, but a good portion) - you can look back to Part 8 for our reviews on the individual lenders....

Student Loan Tax Considerations (Part 9 of Series)

Student Loan Tax Considerations (Part 9 of Series)

This is our ninth article in a series covering student loans. Our goal in this series is to equip you with the knowledge necessary to make efficient and informed decisions regarding your student loans. This post will cover student loan tax considerations and how...

Student Loan Refinance Reviews (Part 8 of Series)

Student Loan Refinance Reviews (Part 8 of Series)

This is our eighth article in a series covering student loans. Our goal in this series is to equip you with the knowledge necessary to make efficient and informed decisions regarding your student loans. This post will go through our student loan refinance reviews. If...

Student Loan Refinance (Part 7 of Series)

Student Loan Refinance (Part 7 of Series)

This is our seventh article in a series covering student loans. Our goal in this series is to equip you with the knowledge necessary to make efficient and informed decisions regarding your student loans. This post will cover how student loan refinance works. If you...

Student Loan Forgiveness (Part 5 of Series)

Student Loan Forgiveness (Part 5 of Series)

This is our fifth article in a series covering student loans. Our goal in this series is to equip you with the knowledge necessary to make efficient and informed decisions regarding your student loans. In this post, we will cover student loan forgiveness options. If...

Student Loan Repayment Plans (Part 4 of Series)

Student Loan Repayment Plans (Part 4 of Series)

This is the fourth article in our series covering student loans. Our goal in this series is to equip you with the knowledge necessary to make efficient and informed decisions regarding your student loans. In this post, we will cover the various repayment plans...

Student Loan Consolidation (Part 3 of Series)

Student Loan Consolidation (Part 3 of Series)

This is the third article in our series covering student loans. Our goal in this series is to equip you with the knowledge necessary to make efficient and informed decisions regarding your student loans. In this post, we will dig into the pros and cons of...

Student Loan Interest (Part 2 of Series)

Student Loan Interest (Part 2 of Series)

This is the second article in our series covering student loans. Our goal in this series is to equip you with the knowledge necessary to make efficient and informed decisions regarding your student loans. In this post, we will explore what you need to know about your...

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