We hope you crushed it in 2015! Here are our top student loan posts from the SLH blog in 2015 to help you keep paying off your student loans in 2016!
Want to pay off your student loans fast? There’s more than one way to do it. Check out these 14 ways to pay off your student loans faster.
Student loan forgiveness is basically like getting free money. But the challenge is finding different programs and figuring out if you’re eligible. To make it easy, here’s our complete list of student loan forgiveness options.
3. Are Your Extra Student Loan Payments Being Applied Correctly? Follow These Steps to Make Sure You’re Maximizing Savings on Interest
When you’re making extra student loan payments, it’s often confusing how these payments are being applied. And when things go wrong, you could be losing money. Read this to make sure you’re maximizing your interest savings.
Parents owe about $62 billion in Parent PLUS loans they’ve taken on for a child’s education. If you have Parent PLUS loans, see the best options for repaying them here.
Before deciding to refinance your student loans you might have a ton of questions. Find out if student loan refinancing is right for you in this post.
6. Student Loan Hero Success Story: How Blake Paid off $380,000 in Student Loan Debt in Just 21 Months
Dental school graduate Dr. Blake Hillstead racked up $380k in student loan debt. Determined to be debt free as soon as possible, he paid off all his debt in just 21 months. Here’s how Blake did it.
Paying off student loans can be a balancing act with other financial goals. But if you’re paying your loans for years to come, how can you save to buy a house? Find out how here.
Doctors graduate with an average of about $176,000 in student loan debt. But they also have some key advantages for paying off student loan debt. See the student loan repayment strategies for doctors here.
One of the best ways to pay off your student loans is by earning extra income and applying it to your student loans. Even if you already have a full-time job, find out how you can earn more with a side hustle here.
10. Wage Garnishment For Student Loans, Or How The Government Can Take 15% of Your Paycheck To Cover Missed Payments
If you stop paying your student loans and end up in default, your student loans might end up in default, which could lead to your wages being garnished. If this happens to you, here’s how to deal with wage garnishment.
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