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Tax Benefits for College Students and Parents

Did you know you can take advantage of special tax breaks just for college students and their parents? These benefits come in the form of tax credits and deductions when you file your income tax return. What’s the difference? A credit reduces the amount of income tax you have to [...]

Tax Benefits for College Students and Parents2023-02-16T14:08:00-06:00

The Latest Updates on Federal Student Loans

Federal student loan forgiveness - will they or won't they? And when might repayment actually begin? If you hold federal student loans, you were likely eagerly awaiting the news that came on August 24, 2022, when the Biden/Harris administration announced up to $20,000 in federal student loan debt relief. However, [...]

The Latest Updates on Federal Student Loans2023-02-17T04:23:12-06:00

Beware of Student Loan Scams

Updated on 10/17/2022 The pause on federal student loan payments and interest has now been extended through December 31, 2022, and additional plans have been announced to cancel a portion of federal student loan debt. Throughout the moratorium (and even before), scammers have preyed on borrowers who have taken a [...]

Beware of Student Loan Scams2023-02-23T10:09:27-06:00

How to Pay Off Student Loans: Your Game Plan

We know you have big plans for post-college life. Whether you intend to start a small business or travel the globe, you need money to make it happen. Student loan payments could decrease the disposable income available for other financial goals. Fortunately, having a game plan to pay off student [...]

How to Pay Off Student Loans: Your Game Plan2023-02-23T10:06:25-06:00

Should you break up with your student loans?

It's Valentine’s Day and love is in the air. But if you’re not feeling the love for your student loans, now could be the right time to end that old relationship and refinance! When you refinance and consolidate your private, federal, and/or PLUS loans into one manageable loan, you’ll get [...]

Should you break up with your student loans?2023-02-17T14:36:21-06:00
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