What is a Private Student Loan Cosigner? And Why Do I Need One?
Most students enrolling in college have little to no credit history, so they are considered risky loan candidates. To mitigate this risk, lenders may require students to apply with a cosigner. Learn what a cosigner is, why you need one, and who makes a good cosigner.Continue Reading
What is Reasonable and Affordable Debt?
Student debt may be good debt, because it is an investment in your future, but too much of a good thing can hurt you. Learn about reasonable and affordable debt before you start taking on loans to pay for your degree.Continue Reading
Student Loan Advice from the Experts
Student loan advice isn’t something you’d accept from just anyone, so why not go to the experts? Here’s everything you need to know – from the people who know best.Continue Reading
Beyond Home Equity: Paying for College Under the New Tax Bill
The new tax bill has caused some confusion around how families will save for college in 2018 and beyond. Here’s what you need to know about how to pay for college under the new tax bill.Continue Reading
Cosigning On a Loan vs. Taking Out a Parent Loan
Parents planning to borrow for college can cosign on a student loan with their child or take out a parent loan. See what to consider as you weigh your options.Continue Reading
Is a private student loan right for me?
Wondering whether you need a private student loan? Here are a few reasons why you might look beyond a federal student loan to finance your college costs.Continue Reading
Student Loans 101: The Basics
Thinking about taking out a student loan to pay for college? Learn the basics of how federal and private student loans work as you begin to explore your options.Continue Reading
Gift Aid vs. Loans: What’s the Difference?
Do you know the difference between gift aid and loans? We help to answer this question and many more.Continue Reading
Can I Deduct Interest from My Student Loans On My Taxes?
Wondering whether you can deduct student loan interest on your taxes? Here’s how to find out if you’re eligible as well as answers to other common questions.Continue Reading