Have you heard the news? The Department of Education introduced a new student loan repayment plan in December 2015. The new REPAYE (REvised Pay As You Earn) Plan is meant to make repayment easier for more student borrowers. But how does the new plan work? How do you know if it’s the right plan for you? … Continued

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Last week, the Federal Reserve raised its key interest rate to a range of 0.25% to 0.5%. This move didn’t come as a big surprise, though it is a good sign of economic recovery; essentially, experts believe the U.S. economy has healed enough since the 2008 Great Recession to warrant an increase, the first in nearly … Continued

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Money is often a major source of strife between couples. The burden of student loan debt in a relationship certainly doesn’t help long-term partners build wealth together. Perhaps you’ve even considered helping your partner pay off student loan debt so you can enjoy a debt-free future together. There is some disagreement about whether it’s smart … Continued

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