Student Loans

What is the Purpose of Forbearance?

Forbearance became a popular word in the last two years as the COVID-19 pandemic left many Florida families wondering how…

3 months ago

Are Federal Student Loans Secured or Unsecured Debt?

So, are federal student loans secured or unsecured debt? The simple answer is that they are unsecured; you do not have…

1 year ago

Are Student Loans Considered Marital Debt?

So, are student loans considered marital debt? The simple answer is yes, but there is a lot that can complicate that…

1 year ago

Florida Private Student Loan Statute of Limitations

In the state of Florida, the private student loan statute of limitations is typically five years.

3 years ago

Finding Solutions to Student Loan Repayment Problems

Are You Having Student Loan Repayment Problems?

3 years ago

Student Loan Tax Offset Hardship Discharge: Is It for You?

It’s the time of year when so many people plan out what they will do with their tax refund money.…

3 years ago

Will I be Sued for School Debt?

Question: Will I be sued for school debt? This is a reasonable question because nearly 11.2 percent of the $1.48…

4 years ago

Is National Collegiate Trust a Federal Loan?

Is National Collegiate Trust a federal loan? First of all, if you’ve never taken out a private student loan and…

4 years ago

Economic Threat of Student Loan Default

Around 70 percent of American students figure they’ll get a student loan, graduate from a four-year university and get a…

4 years ago

States Stack the Deck Against Professionals with Student Loan Debt

The professional license that you were counting on to improve your life instead could be taken away simply by a…

5 years ago