Student Loans

Florida Private Student Loan Statute of Limitations

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

1 year ago

Finding Solutions to Student Loan Repayment Problems

Are You Having Student Loan Repayment Problems? Read More

2 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.… Read More

2 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… Read More

2 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… Read More

2 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… Read More

3 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… Read More

3 years ago

Student Loan Debt vs. Credit Card Debt: Which Should I Pay Off?

Facing student loan debt and credit card debt Q: I graduated with my degree last year, but I’m in a… Read More

3 years ago

National Collegiate Trusts Gets Served

New York’s Attorney General, Eric Schneiderman, issued subpoenas on Wednesday, August 16 seeking information from National Collegiate Student Loan Trusts.… Read More

3 years ago

It’s Complicated: The Best and Worst States for Student Loan Debt

When you look at WalletHub’s new map that shows the best and worst states for student debt, it’s easy to say that… Read More

3 years ago