Grad School, Two Ways

I had no idea what I wanted to do after finishing my undergraduate education, which I spent studying linguistics for four years. This was obviously not going to get me a practical job.

When Non-High Earners Attempt to Refinance Their Student Loans

With HENRYs encountering roadblocks when trying to refinance their student loans, I was interested in seeing if non-HENRYs had any luck with getting better interest rates for their loans.

Can You Refinance Your Student Loans? Sure, If You’ve Got the Dough

Why getting a lower interest rate on your student loan can be near-impossible.

How to Lose a Student Debt Load in 180 Days

I graduated in 2014, with my hat in my hand and $8,000 owed to the Department of Education. While $8,000 was only about a third of the average student debt, it was a terrifying number for me.

Even Bankruptcy Judges Think Student Loan Laws Are Wack

Do we really have to wait until desperate people are “hopeless” to help them?

Playing Your Way Out Of Student Loan Debt

“Play Givling and you could become a millionaire by crowd funding the payoff of student loans.”

What Can You Do When Your Student Loan Provider Hikes Up Your Monthly Payments?

My student loan provider raised my monthly student loan payment from $774.12 a month to $1,212.41 a month and it’s inhumane.

The Realities of the Student-Debt Crisis

How have things gotten so bad?

Federal Government Forgives Corinthian Colleges Student Loans

When your school uses high-pressure tactics to recruit you, gives you a sub-standard education, goes bankrupt, closes, and is under charges of fraud, the federal government will forgive your student loans. That’s what it takes.

Let’s Throw Some Money at Our Problems: May 2015 Check-in

It’s time to check in on our debt payments and savings goals again.