Here Are The Highlights from the 9th Annual Education Finance & Loan Symposium

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Leaders in the education finance realm gathered May 24th and 25th in Washington DC for the 9th annual Education Finance and Loan Symposium. The conference included panels that covered everything from servicing trends to new lending opportunities, with a focus on what is to come. Our Founder and CEO Jack Zoeller was among the speakers … Continue reading Here Are The Highlights from the 9th Annual Education Finance & Loan Symposium

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Couple Loan Refinancing – How to Refinance Your Student Loans with Your Spouse

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Engagement season is wrapping up, but one thing that doesn’t get looped into planning your happily ever after is student loans. Purefy wants to change that conversation.  Through the Couple Loan, married couples can combine and refinance their student loans together – one application means getting all of your loans on the same rate and term. The application process … Continue reading Couple Loan Refinancing – How to Refinance Your Student Loans with Your Spouse

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Student Loan News, Week in Review

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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau addresses a slew of servicing complaints, a university president makes strides toward lowering tuition and reducing student debt, and servicers working for the Department of Education continue to collect debt from defrauded Corinthian students – despite their potential eligibility for debt cancellation. Share:

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Student Loan News, Week In Review

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This week in student loan news: the U.S. Department of Education released its quarterly report on the federal student loan portfolio, ITT tech loses all federal student aid and funding, and the recently-announced Amazon/Wells Fargo student loan program dissolves. Share:

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How Other Countries Finance Higher Education

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With an outstanding student loan balance of $1.3 trillion, we’re all too familiar with the way the United States handles higher education financing. Other countries take a completely different approach to higher education and student loans. Here’s a brief overview of different tuition fees and student loan repayment policies across the globe. Share:

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