Student loans are a $1.3 trillion dollar issue. And with the 2016 election coming up, the issue's importance will only grow.
Learn how start-up company Gradifi's platform enables employers to make direct contributions toward their employees' student loan debts securely.
College: Get a Good Job or We'll Pay Your Loans - The College That Guarantees Loan Payments Until a Graduate Earns Enough
Student loan debt in the US leaves many graduates in a deep financial hole. Learn what one college is doing to help their students avoid the student loan debt burden.
On average, 2015 graduates left their campus with more than $35,000 in debt that they are responsible for paying back. Is it better to pay down this debt immediately or put that money to other uses?
The individuals who are calling for student loans to be forgiven need a major wake-up call.
In the last four presidential debates, Millennial issues, including the trillion dollar student loan problem, have been largely ignored.
What in the world inspires so many young people to take on enormous student loan debt to obtain worthless liberal arts degrees?
Repayment on the most common student loans (federal Stafford loans) starts six months after the borrower graduates. So, if like most new college grads, you donned a cap and gown in May of this year, it’s about time to pay up.
The Obama administration recently announced plans to simplify the FAFSA filing process. Learn what the changes are, and how they can benefit you.
Saving for retirement is one thing, but many Millennials are burdened with paying back thousands in student loan payments after college. As first reported by FOXBusiness.com, Gradifi is one company that has designed a new benefit program for employees that helps pay down debt while they work called The Student Loan Paydown Plan.
A new startup called Gradifi is helping employers pay down their employees' tremendous amounts of student debt.
Lost paperwork, bad advice, surprise late fees, misapplied payments, and massive confusion are widespread in the student loan servicing industry, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Tuesday in a new report.
It all started because of a growing concern on the part of university officials: an increasing number of graduates were walking away with a diploma and a significant amount of student loan debt.
With a tight job market and lower wages, college costs are reaching a critical mass. Should colleges be fined if their default rate is too high?
You agreed to share responsibility for a buddy's college loan. Here's how to get off the hook.
Calling for a "new college compact," Hillary Rodham Clinton on Monday will unveil a $350 billion plan aimed at making college more affordable and reducing the crushing burden of student debt.
The vast majority of student loan borrowers take on federal education loans, meaning they’ll end up working with a federal loan servicer when it’s time to repay their debts. That's when Navient steps in for many borrowers.
For millennials buried in student loan debt, a new study found that the top adult milestone events delayed because of their debts were buying a home and buying a car, followed by getting married.
A just-published report by researchers at the New York Federal Reserve Bank confirms what many have suspected: the driving force behind sky-rocketing college tuition is the increased availability of federal student aid.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton is proposing new incentives to encourage corporations to share profits with workers.