If you have a student loan, be prepared. The pause on federal student loan payments is set to expire August 31, 2022. The pause was put in place in response to the COVID-19 emergency. The national stock of student debt is now $1.7 trillion, and as of this writing, theRead More →

Paul Bradbury | Pictures Ojo | Getty Images Federal Student Loans Services has been told not to send payment reminders to borrowers, according to two sources familiar with the matter. The development suggests the Biden administration may consider extending the pandemic-era payment pause on federal student loans again. The policy,Read More →

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July 24, 2022 Video available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=varKAPjLK-0 As the largest provider of behavioral health services in New York City, Health + Hospitals will provide between $30,000 and $50,000 in debt relief to psychiatrists, psychologists, nurse practitioners and social workers who agree to serve for three years New Yorkers can supportRead More →

Advanced Education, Skills and Immigration Minister Jon Reyes recently announced that the Manitoba government is implementing regulatory changes to the Student Aid Regulations to ensure more responsive services for students. “The integration of provincial and federal loan programs will help streamline and simplify the administration of student loans, improving servicesRead More →

Governor Ned Lamont speaks about the state’s Alliance District Teacher Loan Grant Program during a news conference Tuesday, July 12 in Hartford. The program allows teachers in Connecticut’s 36 worst-performing districts to apply for a 3% interest subsidy to help them deal with non-federal student debt. Lance Reynolds Republican-American ByRead More →

While some parents can help their children with college fees, others are unable to foot the bill or provide their financial details when applying for federal aid. Getting a student loan without your parents’ information or your credit history can be difficult, but it is possible. Independent students and someRead More →

Student loans will account for more than $1.7 trillion in debt this year. On average, students borrow $36,510 for federal loans and $54,921 for private loans. This data indicates that there is clearly a student loan crisis in the United States. If you’re one of the millions of Americans strugglingRead More →

Unsplash Borrowing for a high-risk investment such as cryptocurrency should align with your risk tolerance and ability to repay debt if the market crashes. Katrina Shanks is the Managing Director of Financial Advice New Zealand. OPINION: Most of us have had personal loans – whether it’s car loans, mortgages, orRead More →

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