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Don't Overpay. Learn About Student Loans




    Medical School Loans

    Medical school can lead to a lucrative career as a doctor. But the price tag is pretty steep. Read on to learn how you can afford med school without risking your financial future.

    Student Loan Rehabilitation

    The cost of education has student loan debt at an all-time high. If you're struggling to keep up, student loan rehabilitation could help you. See if you qualify in our guide.

    Average Student Loan Debt by State

    Connecticut has the largest average student loan debt at $38,150, and Utah has the lowest amount of debt at $18,835. Students in New Hampshire have a 74% likelihood of having student loan debt, while students in Utah had just a 38% ...

    529 Qualified Expenses

    Whether you are saving to fund future college education expenses or participating in prepaid tuition to fund a beneficiary's education expenses, enrollment in a 529 plan is a powerful, tax-advantaged tool.

    Do You Have to Pay Back Grants?

    Grants can help with the high cost of college tuition. But do you need to pay them back? Read on to find out, plus different types of grants to help pay for school.

    How to Get Out of Student Loan Debt

    Feeling trapped by your student loans? There are legal ways to erase that debt without paying. Read on to find one that may work for you.

    ELFI Review: Is It Good?

    Struggling to repay your student loans? ELFI offers lower interest rates and reduced monthly payments. But is this refinance program right for you?

    Paying Off Student Loans Early

    Paying off those student loans will have a positive impact on your future. So how can you do it sooner? Read on for payment plans and other tips you can't afford to miss.

    Student Loans After Death

    Student loans do not always disappear if you die. The type of loan affects what happens next. Read on to learn what to do if a loved one dies while still in debt.

    How Much Do I Owe in Student Loans?

    Repaying student loans can really cramp your budget. But you do have options. Learn the types of loans, how to find what you owe, and your repayment options below.

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