Why Student Loan Forgiveness For All Will Never Happen

I think student loan forgiveness for all federal borrowers is a great idea. Not only is it the right thing to do, but it could pay dividends for the US… Read more

Making Money on Student Loans

As many people can attest to from firsthand information, numerous companies and individuals make money on student loans. Lenders charge high interest rates on student debt borrowers, and this can… Read more

Scholarships for Women – Access Scholarships

As with all scholarships, scholarships for women come in the form of need and merit-based opportunities. Need-based scholarships are scholarships that are provided to students in which one of the… Read more

Respect for Paying Off Student Loans

As previously mentioned in several prior articles on this website, individuals who pay off their student loans may enjoy a great sense of pride at their accomplishment. Indeed, paying off… Read more

Planning for Early Student Loan Payoff

Lingering debt has the potential to prevent you from maximizing your earnings. Specifically, hefty student loan payments can interfere in building an emergency financial cushion or saving for a down… Read more

Periodontist Salary: Is it Worth the Student Debt?

If you’re not sure what a periodontist is, it’s a dental specialty. A periodontist mainly treats cases of severe or complex bone, jaw, or gum disease and are also trained… Read more

Which Student Loan Should You Pay Off First?

When it’s time to repay multiple student loans, it can be difficult to know where to begin. You may even wonder, “Which student loans should I pay off first?” and… Read more

The College Survival Guide | The Student Loan Sherpa

During my first week at college, I went to an all-you-can-eat wing night. Because I was there with about a dozen other freshman guys, our dinner quickly escalated into a… Read more

Higher Tuition Costs May be Worth It

As discussed in several prior articles on this website, tuition costs at many colleges and universities are astonishingly high. Indeed, tuition costs have been increasing more than the cost of… Read more

Should I Work Part-Time or Apply for a Private Student Loan?

A college education is expensive. Tuition, books, housing, food and other living expenses add up fast. While financial aid packages may include grants, scholarships and federal student loans, these funds… Read more