Student Loan Solutions matches thousands of graduates with federal programs that are offered by The Department of Education.
Is your current company going to pay off your student loans?
wyff4.com If passed, a legislation aimed to help college graduates with student debt could make a company's contribution of up to $5,250 per year tax-exempt.
Did you cosign on your child's student loans?
washingtonpost.com Parents say student loan co-signing wrecked their credit scores.
Demolish your student loans
forbes.com For many borrowers, student loan forgiveness is an elusive golden ticket. But with these strategies, it doesn't have to be.
ticas.org Whether you just graduated, are taking a break from school, or have already started repaying your student loans, these tips will help you keep your student loan debt under control. That means avoiding fees and extra interest costs, keeping your payments affordable, and protecting your credit rating....
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For Everyone Asking:
YES! If your loans are defaulted and you filed taxes, the Department Of Education can take your tax returns and next garnish (take money) out of your paychecks (up to 30%)
We can help if your loans are defaulted and you didnt file yet.
The Department Of Education's site regarding student loans in collections
studentaid.ed.gov If you default on your
Tax Season is here and not paying your student loans has consequences
blog.credit.com If student loan repayment seems all but impossible, it can be tempting to just pretend those loans don't exist. Here's what will happen if you do.
They can take money out of your paychecks and take part or all of your tax return!
usnews.com Failing to stay current on your student loans means the government can seize your tax refund or wages.
More Info On Student Loan Forigveness
huffingtonpost.com Public Service Loan Forgiveness (“PSLF”) altered the landscape of student debt management in 2007. This program, designed to rejuvenate the talent pool a...
wsj.com The federal government is on track to forgive at least $108 billion in U.S. student debt in coming years, according to a GAO report that shows the Obama administration’s approach is proving costly.
Difference between forbearance and deferment
studentaid.ed.gov Under certain circumstances, you can receive a
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