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Will Student Loans Hurt Your Ability to Buy a Home?

A house, 2.5 kids and a white picket fence: It’s the classic American dream. But with the cost of a four-year degree rivaling (if not surpassing) the cost of a modest home, some fear that young America’s ability to attain those decades-old aspirations could be threatened.

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Student Loan Delinquency Skyrockets Among Dropouts

There are countless programs in place to help high school students to make it to college, but what happens from there? Data shows that the college dropout rate is on the rise in America. Pathways to Prosperity, a 2011 report from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, points out that […]

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Student Loan Delinquency Highest Among 40 Year-Olds

We typically think of student loan debt as an issue that plagues 20- and 30-year-olds. But a report from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York reveals that it is actually 40-somethings that have the highest student loan delinquency rate of any age group. According to the report, one third […]

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Three Online Tools for Managing Student Loan Repayment

From Perkins to PLUS and private lenders, student loan repayment can be a tricky landscape to navigate. And with more than 37 million student loan borrowers in the U.S. today, many are often left wondering how much they owe, who they owe it to, and when those payments are due. […]

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