You will pay slightly less interest on the life of your federal student loan if you’re taking one out for the upcoming school year than if you’d borrowed for last year. Interest rates for 2016-17 kick in on July 1, and they’re lower than the 2015-16 rates. Congress sets federal student loan rates each year based on the … Continued

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Student loans have become a fact of life for almost everyone who pursues higher education. Though the struggle with student loans occurs on an individual basis, student debt’s overall impact on society is enormous; according to studies from the Federal Reserve Banks of New York and Cleveland, over 43 million Americans owe 1.26 trillion dollars in … Continued

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I bet many of you have seen ads on Facebook that sound something like this: “Want Student Loan Forgiveness in Two Weeks? CALL NOW!” “Apply for Obama Loan Forgiveness in 5 minutes!” Usually, if something sounds too good to be true, then it probably is.  There are countless ads online from companies offering to help … Continued

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