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Should You Plan for $50,000 In Student Loans Forgiveness?

Last week, President Biden asked the Department of Education to review his legal authority in using executive action to forgive student loan debt, which has renewed hope for many of the 45 million borrowers that collectively owe $1.7 trillion in student loans. But how should this affect your repayment strategy, and…Read more...
Tags: Politics, Money, Finance, Debt, Economy, Credit, Loans, Lifehacks, Biden, Debt relief, Student Debt, Department Of Education, Student Loan, Ron Klain, Business Finance, Zack Friedman


You Now Qualify for Full Student Loan Forgiveness If You Were Misled

The Department of Education announced that they will forgive approximately $1 billion in student loan debt for borrowers who have been misled or scammed. The move loosens Trump-era loan restrictions for this type of claim, and includes full forgiveness for previously approved claims that received less than a full loan…Read more...
Tags: Money, Education, Yahoo, Finance, Debt, Economy, Loans, Lifehacks, Student Debt, Department Of Education, Trump, Student Loan, Public Service Loan Forgiveness, Business Finance, Pay As You Earn, Miguel Cardona


You Now Qualify for Student Loan Forgiveness If You Were Misled

The Department of Education announced that they will forgive approximately $1 billion in student loan debt for borrowers who have been misled or scammed. The move loosens Trump-era loan restrictions for this type of claim, and includes full forgiveness for previously approved claims that received less than a full loan…Read more...
Tags: Money, Education, Yahoo, Finance, Debt, Economy, Loans, Lifehacks, Debt relief, Student Debt, Department Of Education, Trump, Student Loan, Public Service Loan Forgiveness, Business Finance, Pay As You Earn


6 tips for working with the largest pool of homebuyers

It’s critical to understand where, how and why millennials are searching for homes right now. Here are a few tips to help you tap into this massive buyer pool. 
Tags: Social Media, Service, Radio, Millennials, Teams, Agent, Columns, Student Loan, Select, Millennial Buyers, Down Payment, Millennial Homebuyers, Fixer-Upper


Only 32 student loan borrowers - ever - have qualified for full forgiveness through an income-driven repayment plan

"Our student loan system is broken," Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who supports student loan forgiveness, wrote in a tweet. "Income-based repayment is supposed to offer relief - but only 32 people's loans have been forgiven by the program. Not 32,000. Just 32." Drew Angerer/Getty Images The first federal income-driven repayment plan was created in 1995 and has since enrolled millions of student loan borrowers in the programs. But only 32 people have ever qualified for full student debt forg...
Tags: Politics, Massachusetts, Elizabeth Warren, Trends, House, New Jersey, Warren, Student Loan Debt, Biden, Student Debt, Student Loan, Sen Elizabeth Warren, Sen Bob Menendez, NCLC, IDR, National Consumer Law Center


Why You Shouldn't Make Monthly Payments on Your Paused Student Loan (Even If You Can)

If you live with student loans, you’ve likely been paying close attention to our government’s ongoing debates about enacting public student loan forgiveness—to the tune of $50,000, $10,000, or none at all. The context is familiar: the average American student loan debt hovers around $30,000, and was a repayment crisis…Read more...
Tags: Money, Finance, Debt, Economy, Loans, Lifehacks, Debt relief, Student Debt, Interest, Student Loan, Public Service Loan Forgiveness, Business Finance, Student Loans In The United States, Repayment Plan


How to Get a PPP Loan for Your Small Business, Finally

President Biden today announced changes to the COVID-relief business loans program aimed toward the small and minority-owned businesses left out in previous rounds of aid. The changes make it easier to qualify, and includes an exclusive 14-day window for small business owners to apply for loans, starting Wednesday.…Read more...
Tags: Business, Small Business, Articles, Economy, Loans, Lifehacks, Biden, Payroll, Student Loan, Small Business Administration, Business Loan, Business Finance, Sole Proprietorship, CARES Act, Paycheck Protection Program


Outgoing Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos urged against student loan forgiveness in letter to Congress

U.S. Education Secretary Betsy Devos speaks at White House coronavirus task force briefing at the Education Department in Washington Reuters Outgoing Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos advised Congress to vote against student loan forgiveness, according to a letter obtained by CBS News and Politico. "Across-the-board forgiveness of college debts is not only unfair to most Americans, it is also the most regressive of policy proposals – rewarding the wealthiest sector of our labor force at t...
Tags: Politics, News, Congress, Kentucky, Cbs News, Senate, White House, US, America, Trends, Joe Biden, Student Loan Debt, Biden, Donald Trump, Department Of Education, Student Loan


What You Should Know about Student Loan Hardship in 2020

There is no doubt that America has a massive student loan problem, as over 44 million Americans owe a U.S student loan debt of over $1.56 trillion. When I started Ascend Finance, I did not realize just how big the issue actually was.  The main source of this problem due to the lack of financial knowledge among students in colleges. In a survey conducted by Student Loan Hero, they found out that 10% of students in colleges think that they don’t need to pay their student loan debt even if...
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4 things to do today to save money if you want to go to grad school in 5 years

Ruobing Su/Business Insider Bluenemo/Getty To save for grad school in five years, set a clear goal for how much you want to have saved. Consider your current living costs plus tuition, factor in anything you'll earn while in school, and then decide how much you may need to borrow. Consider refinancing any private student loans from your undergraduate degree, and save the difference.  Then, start saving in the right place for your time frame — a 529 plan might be the right move i...
Tags: Personal Finance, Trends, Graduate School, Student Loans, Illinois, College Savings, Student Loan, Kevin Walker, Walker, Frerichs, 529 Plan, Michael Frerichs, Graduate Degree, Saving for College, Liz Knueven, PFI SP


Financial Moves to Make While Your Federal Student Loans Are Paused

Financial Moves to Make While Your Federal Student Loans Are Paused is a post originally published on: Everything Finance - Everything Finance - Its all about Money!Many Americans’ income has been negatively affected due to Covid-19 and the economy shutting down in most states. As a result, Congress passed a $2 trillion student loan stimulus bill that is pausing all federal student loan payment requirements through September 2020.During this time, no interest accrues on federal student loans and...
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Frank raises $5M more in its quest to get students max financial aid

Frank, a New York-based student-facing startup, has raised $5 million in what the company described as an “interim strategic round” led by Chegg, a public edtech company. According to Frank founder and CEO Charlie Javice, previous investors Aleph and Marc Rowan took part in the round alongside new investor GingerBread Capital. The education funding-focused startup last raised known capital in December of 2017, when it closed a $10 million Series A. Frank raised a seed round earlier that same yea...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, New York, Money, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Tech, Economy, Private Equity, WeWork, Shippo, Chegg, Student Debt, Zoom, Frank


The Peter Principle and Being Ready for More Responsibility

The most important thing you can do in your work and in your career is to do what you know. It’s fine to try new things. However, when you try new things, you need to be very careful that you remain focused on the things that you know and understand. If you venture outside of what you understand, you’re likely to get into massive trouble very quickly. People who do well in their positions are typically rewarded with more responsibility and a better position. Eventually, however, this position wi...
Tags: Featured, New York City, Careers, Ceo, Life Lessons, Citibank, Detroit, Law School, Peter, Student Loan, Don, Chevy Suburban, West Bloomfield, Grosse Pointe, Getting Ahead, Grosse Pointe Michigan


The Greek Parthenon and Your Career

One of the most important lessons for our lives and careers comes from the Parthenon in Greece. The Parthenon has been standing in the same location for almost 2,500 years and is considered one of the world’s great cultural monuments. It is largely because of the Parthenon’s multiple columns that the Parthenon has survived for so long. If you understand and employ the lessons of the Parthenon, you should never have any issues with feeling secure in your career and life. I personally have run my ...
Tags: Real Estate, Featured, Careers, Los Angeles, Ceo, Athens, Life Lessons, Parthenon, Career Advice, Jack, Detroit, Law Schools, Attorney, Robert, Law Firm, Student Loan


Boston Tech Watch: Gradifi, Numerated, Jibo, Corvus, Botkeeper

A wave of cash for finance and insurance tech startups, a robotic assistant goes dark, and a medical transportation startup’s move across the Bay State make up the latest in Boston technology news. Read on for details.—The former head of PayPal’s (NASDAQ: PYPL) Boston office, David Chang, has been named CEO of Gradifi, a Boston-based employee benefits startup offering student loan refinancing and college savings plans. Gradifi was bought by First Republic Bank (NYSE: FRC) two years ago for $32 ...
Tags: Deals, Startups, Balderton Capital, Technology, College, Boston, Trends, Insurance, Paypal, Vc, Ford, Gm, Venture Capital, Fiat, SEC, Toyota


5 Wealth-Building Moves for New Attorneys

With five must-know money tips, you can take charge by paying down debt, saving for future goals and preparing for life’s milestone moments.
Tags: Money, Law, Student Loans, Student Loan Debt, Student Debts, Student Loan, First Republic Bank, Sponsored Content, Student Loan Repayment, Law School Debt, Law School Debts, Refinancing Student Loans


The Peter Principle and Being Ready for More Responsibility

The most important thing you can do in your work and in your career is to do what you know. It’s fine to try new things. However, when you try new things, you need to be very careful that you remain focused on the things that you know and understand. If you venture outside of what you understand, you’re likely to get into massive trouble very quickly. People who do well in their positions are typically rewarded with more responsibility and a better position. Eventually, however, this position wi...
Tags: Featured, New York City, Careers, Ceo, Life Lessons, Citibank, Detroit, Law School, Peter, Student Loan, Don, Chevy Suburban, West Bloomfield, Grosse Pointe, Getting Ahead, Grosse Pointe Michigan


Savings Rate and Mortgage Loan Payments

Saving money from what we make is the arguably the most reliable way to build wealth. Your savings form the base. Any investment gains are built on top of those savings. If you don’t have a base, you won’t have much investment gains. There’s an age-old rule of thumb: save 10% of your income. Then there’s a 50-30-20 budget from Senator Elizabeth Warren and her daughter in their book All Your Worth. It calls for saving 20% of your after-tax income. There are also some neat tables on the Internet t...
Tags: Marketing, Elizabeth Warren, Mortgage, Loan, Student Loan, Don, APR, Mortgage and Loans


With new funding, Tuition.io moves from student loan management to student loan repayments

 Back in 2014, Tuition.io was pitching itself as a management platform for student loan repayments. Now, three years later the company has raised $7 million in new financing as it moves from loan management services to actual repayment of student loans. It’s a business model that’s already shown promise, with companies like FutureFuel.io also looking to get in on the action. Both… Read More
Tags: TC, Money, Finance, Tech, Economy, Loans, Student Loan


6 ways to pay for your Flight Training

How do you plan on paying for your flight training?  That’s the magical question.  Learning how to fly is definitely not cheap, but well worth it.  If you’re just planning on getting your Sport Pilot License or Private Pilot License, plan on spending anywhere from $6,000 to $10,000.  If you want to work for the airlines, […]
Tags: Cash, Scholarship, Aviation, Credit Card, Student Loan, Fafsa, AOPA, Federal Pell Grant, Flight Training Scholarships, Financing Flight Training, Flight Training Financing, Flight Training Loan, Low Interest Credit Cards, Pay For Flight Training, Private Pilot License


The Greek Parthenon and Your Career

One of the most important lessons for our lives and careers comes from the Parthenon in Greece. The Parthenon has been standing in the same location for almost 2,500 years and is considered one of the world’s great cultural monuments. It is largely because of the Parthenon’s multiple columns that the Parthenon has survived for so long. If you understand and employ the lessons of the Parthenon, you should never have any issues with feeling secure in your career and life. I personally have run my ...
Tags: Real Estate, Featured, Careers, Los Angeles, Ceo, Athens, Life Lessons, Parthenon, Career Advice, Jack, Detroit, Law Schools, Attorney, Robert, Law Firm, Student Loan


Help Your Teen To Financially Prepare For College

Studies have shown that over half of all parents expect to pay for something towards their child’s college education. It might have been something that you’ve been planning for and have put savings aside for that very purpose. It might be that you want your child to pay for the majority of their education, alongside... Read More » The post Help Your Teen To Financially Prepare For College appeared first on A Happy Hippy Mom.
Tags: Parenting, Student Loan, Money Tips, College Education, Save for College, AP classes


Why You Shouldn’t Count on Student Loan Forgiveness

Why You Shouldn’t Count on Student Loan Forgiveness is a post originally published on: Everything Finance - Everything Finance - Its all about Money! Getting student loans can seem like a great idea when you’re in college and have few other options. On the other hand, they can also seem like a bad idea when it’s time to pay the loans back. Chances are you’ll be looking for a job and trying to pay your other living expenses at the same time. This is why my most important rule for college student...
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Can Your Student Status Save You Money on Your Taxes?

If you’re paying for college, you probably need all the help you can get, and thankfully, you can get at least a little tax relief. To see if you qualify for specific education-related credits and deductions, the IRS has created an online interactive tool.Read more...
Tags: Money, Irs, Student Debt, Student Loan, life-hacks


See If You Qualify for Education Credits With This Interactive IRS Tool 

If you’re paying for college, you probably need all the help you can get, and thankfully, you can get at least a little tax relief. To see if you qualify for specific education-related credits and deductions, the IRS has created an online interactive tool.Read more...
Tags: Money, Irs, Student Debt, Student Loan, life-hacks


Adam Braun On Lightning Moments, Reimagining Education & Blazing A Life of Purpose

“True self discovery begins where your comfort zone ends.” Adam Braun It’s no secret that aspects of our current education...
Tags: School, Podcast, Learning, Education, College, Charity, Inspiration, Debt, Sport, Service, Giving, Running, College Debt, Purpose, Philanthropy, Student Loan




An Easy and Fun Way To Pay for College Tuition

What should parents do when they realize that they can’t pay for their daughter’s dream college?  Well, in the real world, they could go deep into debt.  And this is what a lot of parents do.  Which is a bad idea.  Just look at the August 2016 issue of Consumer Reports, with a headline that screams, “I kind of ruined my life by going to college” because of the enormous sum of $152,000 in college loans.  Approximately 42 million Americans have racked up $1.3 trillion in student debt.  This debt o...
Tags: College, Amy Poehler, College Tuition, Student Loan Debt, Will Ferrell, Student Loan, Mark Montgomery, Scholarships & Financial Aid


Giving thanks for educational tax breaks

Canadians celebrate their Thanksgiving in October. I like that timing. It doesn't force folks into attending two annual family gatherings within a month of each other. Not that I don't love my family, but like many things, a little goes a long way. And don't worry. I know which relatives (and there are plenty!) are thinking, if not saying, the same about me. Canada and the United States share many things, but the same Thanksgiving holiday isn't one of them. But during this week that we Ame...
Tags: Taxes, Thanksgiving, Education, Congress, College, Turkey, Austin, Canada, United States, North, Ira, Tax Credit, Irs, Student Loan, Fafsa, Don