This U.S. City Helps Workers Pay Off Student Loans
This U.S. City Helps Workers Pay Off Student Loans

on June 9, 2017

A Tennessee city’s newest workplace benefit is a student loan repayment program aimed at helping workers tackle their education debt.

Bipartisan Bill Might Help You Pay Down Student Loans
Bipartisan Bill Might Help You Pay Down Student Loans

on March 5, 2017

A bill in Congress aims to encourage employers to help pay down workers’ student debt by making it tax-deductible.

Ask Stacy: Can I Have My Student Loans Forgiven?
Ask Stacy: Can I Have My Student Loans Forgiven?

on October 14, 2016

A reader wants to know whether it’s possible to get out from under student loans by having them forgiven. Here’s the must-know if you have student loans.

How to Get Free Help With Your Student Loans
How to Get Free Help With Your Student Loans

on August 10, 2016

Are you crushed by student loan debt or know someone who is? Here are some free ways to get relief — and what to know if you choose to pay for help.

Fidelity to Help Employees With Student Loans
Fidelity to Help Employees With Student Loans

on March 16, 2016

Fidelity Investments has joined a small but growing group of employers that help workers pay down student loan debt.

Can Student Loans Be Forgiven If Colleges Mislead You?
Can Student Loans Be Forgiven If Colleges Mislead You?

on January 22, 2016

Student activists have discovered a federal law that sat dormant for two decades. Now, thousands may be on the way to having student loans forgiven.

For-Profit College Operator to Forgive $102.8 Million in Student Loans
For-Profit College Operator to Forgive $102.8 Million in Student Loans

on November 17, 2015

Some 80,000 students in EDMC-operated schools will receive debt relief. In a separate agreement, the company is to pay $95.5 million to settle allegations of illegal recruiting techniques.

Check Out This Job Perk: Help Paying Down Student Loans
Check Out This Job Perk: Help Paying Down Student Loans

on September 28, 2015

This benefit could help PricewaterhouseCoopers compete for college graduates and, it says, help solve a societal problem caused by student loan debt.

The Grads Most Likely to Pay Off Student Loans
The Grads Most Likely to Pay Off Student Loans

on May 12, 2015

A new report reveals that a good indicator of whether you’ll pay off your student loans is which college you attend. The list of top schools is not as obvious as you’d think.

Behind on Student Loans? Your Driver’s License Could be Yanked
Behind on Student Loans? Your Driver’s License Could be Yanked

on April 3, 2015

In 22 U.S. states, authorities can suspend your driver’s license or even professional license if you defaulted on your student loans. Some legislators are starting to challenge the practice.

How Paying Off Student Loans Can Lower Your Credit Score
How Paying Off Student Loans Can Lower Your Credit Score

on February 2, 2015

Paying off student loans is worthy of a celebration, but you’ll want to be strategic about it. Here’s why.

13 Ways to Pay Off Student Loans Faster
13 Ways to Pay Off Student Loans Faster

on January 8, 2015

Here are some simple ways to eliminate the student loan debt that’s wrecking your finances.

The Restless Project: Were Your Student Loans Worth It?
The Restless Project: Were Your Student Loans Worth It?

on November 14, 2014

Do you regret going to college? Was your college experience worth it? What would you do differently? Share your thoughts.

Delinquent Doctors Publicly Outed for Unpaid Student Loans
Delinquent Doctors Publicly Outed for Unpaid Student Loans

on October 30, 2014

Is your doctor on the list of 846 doctors and dentists who have defaulted on a total of more than $100 million in student loans through the now defunct HEAL program?

Could Student Loans Cost You Your Social Security Benefits?
Could Student Loans Cost You Your Social Security Benefits?

on October 15, 2014

Social Security garnishment for student loans isn’t unheard of, but you may be able to reduce the amount taken out of your check.

7 Years Later, I Owed More on My Student Loans Than When I Started Paying
7 Years Later, I Owed More on My Student Loans Than When I Started Paying

on July 24, 2014

Sharon Cece borrowed $10,000 in student loans in 2004 to finish her bachelor’s degree. Seven years later, she discovered she owed $11,060.

What Happens If I Ignore My Student Loans?
What Happens If I Ignore My Student Loans?

on June 25, 2014

If student loan repayment seems all but impossible, it can be tempting to just pretend those loans don’t exist. Here’s what will happen if you do.

Feds Garnish Wages of More Workers Who Default on Student Loans
Feds Garnish Wages of More Workers Who Default on Student Loans

on June 17, 2014

Wage garnishment in 2013 was up 45 percent from a decade ago for student loan borrowers who have defaulted on their loans.

The Wrong Ways to Get Rid of Your Student Loans
The Wrong Ways to Get Rid of Your Student Loans

on June 16, 2014

Class of 2014, the time has come to find a job and start paying down your student loans. These three tactics, however, will not get you off the hook.

How Much Do You Need to Earn to Pay Your Student Loans?
How Much Do You Need to Earn to Pay Your Student Loans?

on May 23, 2014

A new online calculator helps consumers determine monthly student loan payments and the salary needed to afford them.

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