107 Ways to Pay Off Student Loans Faster (and Save Money)

If you’re sick of making student loan payments and see no end in sight, you’ll love this guide with tons of ways to pay off your student loans faster and… Read more

IBR and PAYE Strategy in Community Property States

On their own, income-driven repayment plans like Income-Based Repayment (IBR) and Pay As You Earn (PAYE) can be complicated. When borrowers get married, the repayment strategy and calculations get even… Read more

6 Strategies to Pay Off $100K in Student Loan Debt

Leaving school with a student loan balance of $100,000 or more isn’t the norm, but it’s also not a rarity among today’s college graduates. Paying off six-figures in student loan debt isn’t… Read more

REPAYE for Married Couples

The Revised Pay As You Earn Plan, nicknamed the REPAYE plan, is a bit of a mixed bag for married couples. For some, it is a considerable benefit, potentially saving… Read more

How Income-Based Repayment Is Calculated If Your Income Changed

Income-driven repayment is a huge benefit of the federal student loan system. Unfortunately, it’s confusing to know which plan to choose. It can be even more confusing if you have drastic… Read more

Podiatrist Salary & Student Debt Breakdown

Podiatrists fly under the radar. There are only about 10,000 podiatrists in the United States right now, even though they work on one of the more important and complex parts… Read more

FFELP Loan Forgiveness Options (Including Temporary PSLF Discharge)

Despite the FFEL program ending in 2010, there’s still a massive amount of outstanding student loan debt stemming from the program. In fact, as of the second quarter of 2021,… Read more

5 Steps to Get Income-Driven Repayment Plan Forgiveness

Most federal student loan borrowers have two options for forgiveness after graduation: public service loan forgiveness (PSLF), available only for those who work for a 501(c)3 or government entity, or… Read more