[ad_1] Editorial Note: We earn a commission on partner links on Forbes Advisor. Commissions do not affect the opinions or ratings of our editors. Amid rapidly rising interest rates, multiple federal student loan payment pause extensions, and a controversial student loan forgiveness effort, 2022 has been a tumultuous year inRead More →

[ad_1] Real estate platform Pathway Homes has partnered with Savi, a tech startup, to help customers manage their debt burden through programs such as Public Student Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) and other repayment plans. Savi says her platform helps those with student loan debt understand their debt, optimize their repayment pattern,Read More →

[ad_1] The Education Funding Foundation also used about $800,000 to launch centers around the state that provided students with information about colleges, scholarships, and financial aid. Only the for-profit company affiliated with the nonprofit organization was allowed to advertise in those centers, according to Consumers Union. The purpose of theRead More →

[ad_1] AFTER more than two years of suspended payments, the suspension of student loan repayments will end on December 31, 2022. The White House has indicated there will be no more breaks after this year and payments will resume. 1 The pause on student loans will end on December 31,Read More →

[ad_1] If you’re confused about student loan forgiveness programs — or panicked by the start of federal student loan repayments in January — you’re not alone. Recent court rulings could jeopardize the Biden administration’s efforts to expand student debt relief. Until resolved, these legal challenges leave millions of borrowers inRead More →

[ad_1] Although a college education is seen as the bridge to a better life, financial security is a long way off for millions of graduates who begin their careers with heavy student debt. Fortunately, a nearly two-year pause on federal student loan repayments has allowed many borrowers to reduce theirRead More →

[ad_1] By Sonny Messiah Jiles | word in black (WIB) – There is a huge albatross or weight around our children’s necks as they enter the workforce, burdened with student debt that affects the quality of their lives. Education is the biggest investment most Americans make in their future. AtRead More →

[ad_1] (WSPA) – Earlier this fall, we heard a lot about the student loan debt forgiveness program, but for weeks now it has been on hold. The program has faced numerous lawsuits, one of which is from six states, including South Carolina. On Thursday night, a federal judge struck downRead More →

[ad_1] The United States Department of Education currently offers federal student debt relief. The program offers eligible borrowers full or partial loan release of up to $20,000 for Federal Pell Grant recipients and up to $10,000 for non-Pell Grant recipients. Pell grants are available to low-income students based on theirRead More →

[ad_1] ROANOKE, Va. – A Danville, Va. woman who used other people’s personally identifiable information to submit and receive fraudulent student loans pleaded guilty this week in federal court. Karren Warren, 43, waived her right to be charged and today pleaded guilty to one count of student loan fraud andRead More →

[ad_1] President Joe Biden’s student loan forgiveness program remains on hold while a federal appeals court considers a legal challenge brought by six GOP-led states. The video featured is from a previous report. The Biden administration continues to accept student loan forgiveness applications, which are worth up to $20,000 perRead More →

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[ad_1] Biden to warn in Syracuse speech that GOP will exacerbate inflation President Biden will pit his economic plan against that of the Republicans on Thursdayin a last-ditch effort to convince midterm voters that Democrats are best equipped to fight inflation and create jobs. Biden will travel to Syracuse, NewRead More →

[ad_1] (WGGB/WSHM) – The Federal Student Loan Forgiveness website has officially launched. The program could relieve up to 40 million borrowers. Now, several legal challenges have been filed against the Biden administration’s policy of putting the program on hold, leaving borrowers in limbo. “I think that’s fantastic, I think especiallyRead More →

[ad_1] Scammers may try to solicit financial information, payments or PII from potential victims EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – Agents from the FBI office in El Paso are warning the public about the possibility of criminals defrauding those applying for federal student loan forgiveness. FBI officials say scammers will seekRead More →

[ad_1] Website Launched to Apply for Student Loan Debt Cancellation The website to apply for student loan debt forgiveness went live Friday night. SPRINGFIELD, Illinois. – Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul warns student borrowers against scammers pretending to be debt relief and consolidation companies to steal personal information and money.Read More →

[ad_1] In the series Shondaland Financially fearless, we speak frankly about the impact of money on everyone’s life. Our solutions will detail how to improve your financial well-being, reduce overspending, develop a budget, and discuss money matters with loved ones. For some people, the phrase “student debt crisis” is anRead More →

[ad_1] California is one of seven states that has not updated its tax code to match that of the federal government. CALIFORNIA, USA — The beta application for applying for student loan forgiveness went live over the weekend. However, unless lawmakers act quickly, this loan forgiveness will be taxed inRead More →

[ad_1] win-initiative/neleman | Stone | Getty Images The Biden administration officially launched the application for federal student loan forgiveness on Monday — and scammers are already “on the move” to capture borrowers’ money and personal information, the Federal Trade Commission warned Tuesday. Tens of millions of Americans are eligible forRead More →

[ad_1] Student borrowers can now apply for debt forgiveness, after the Biden administration quietly unveiled a beta version of the loan forgiveness application last week. On Friday evening, the US Department of Education’s Federal Student Aid website began accepting applications for President Biden’s federal student loan forgiveness program as partRead More →

[ad_1] OHIO — Student borrowers are getting a fair warning from the federal government on how to avoid loan forgiveness scams once the process is open. What do you want to know Officials warn against responding to instant messages via social media over student loan forgiveness Calls that your debtRead More →

[ad_1] Dan Tschirgi, Lohman Dear Editor, The president’s plan to cancel student loans has many concerns beyond $300 billion to $600 billion in unrestricted deficit spending, unless that’s no longer an issue like the border plan was. $20 billion from Trump. The current system of public loans for higher education,Read More →

[ad_1] STEVE ROSEN Content Agency Tribune My stance on President Joe Biden’s plan to wipe the slate clean for borrowers on billions of dollars in federal student loan debt: I don’t like it. I understand why there are many arguments in favor of the White House plan. But, like manyRead More →

[ad_1] Shape load | E+ | Getty Images When the income cap can confuse married couples However, there may be troubled situations for married couples depending on their income. For example, say one spouse earns $150,000 but the other spouse earns $60,000. They are eligible for a rebate based onRead More →

[ad_1] (NerdWallet) — The Biden administration announced federal student loan relief plans last month. The plans include debt forgiveness of up to $10,000 for borrowers who meet income requirements and up to $20,000 for Pell Grant recipients. Beyond cancellation, the proposal also extended the pause on loan repayments until theRead More →

[ad_1] (NerdWallet) – The much-anticipated announcement of President Biden’s federal student loan cancellation last month created as many questions as it answered, prompting at least one major manager’s website loans to crash as borrowers scrambled to check their eligibility. What’s clear: Individuals earning less than $125,000 and couples filing jointlyRead More →

[ad_1] Student borrowers in New York State should be aware of potential debt relief scams as the federal government moves to award up to $20,000 in debt forgiveness, the state said Friday. Governor Kathy Hochul. “New Yorkers work hard for every dollar they earn, and the student loan forgiveness planRead More →

[ad_1] On September 9, the California Department of Financial Protection and Innovation (DFPI) issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to Pass New Regulations and Amend Current Regulations Implementing the Student Loan Servicing Act (law), which provides for the licensing, regulation and oversight of student loan servicers by DFPI (formerly theRead More →