Marriage legally binds you to your spouse — but that doesn’t mean saying “I do” to another set of student loans. Each of you remains responsible for loans you took out before your wedding. But marriage can affect your loan payments, loan-related tax breaks and ability to pursue other financial goals. Here’s how. 1. Your … Continued

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If you have federal student loans, do you know if they are subsidized or unsubsidized? Are you unsure? It’s important to know what type of student loans you have: Direct Subsidized Loans, Direct Unsubsidized Loans, or even a mix of both. That’s because the interest on unsubsidized loans accrues differently than interest on subsidized student … Continued

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When Deborah Rykers graduated from college in 2008, she didn’t think she would spend eight years of her life in the United States Air Force. As an education graduate, that wasn’t her plan. “An opportunity came my way, and I was recruited by a friend of mine,” said Rykers. “It was the best eight years … Continued

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