Women Carry Two Thirds of Student Debt – How Refinancing Can Help

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The burden of student loans isn’t limited to one demographic, but like most issues, some are affected more than others. The national debt has just passed $1.4 trillion and nearly two thirds of that burden is shouldered by women, according to a recent study by the American Association of University Women. Share:

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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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Having and Maintaining Credit when Applying for Student Loan Refinancing

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Don’t be afraid of credit Credit can play a big part in anyone’s life, especially when applying for student loan refinancing. No one is born with good credit – responsible repayment of debt and on-time bill payment build your credit over time. The best thing you can do if you don’t have a line of … Continue reading Having and Maintaining Credit when Applying for Student Loan Refinancing

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Choosing Which Student Loans to Refinance

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Refinancing is a flexible solution to save money on your student loans, but how do you know where to start and which loans you should refinance? Choosing which student loans to refinance starts with knowing your goals and knowing your loans. Share:

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