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How to Beat the Student Loan Monster

Let’s face it. You hate your student loans. If you want to get rid of them, you need to own the debt and develop a plan for eliminating them from your life. It’s going to take you a long time but it’s not going to be as hard as you think.

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SoFi vs. ELFI: What is Better?

If you’re repaying student loans and haven’t refinanced them, you’re probably wasting money. Here we look at SoFi and ELFI, two excellent loan refinance companies, and compare what they offer.

SoFi vs Earnest: Which is Better?

In this guide, we compare two of the biggest student loan refinancing companies so you know which is better for you.

How to Obtain a Student Loan Without A Cosigner

With the cost of law school on the rise, many students need to bridge the gap between scholarships and financial aid with loans, first federal and then private. Unfortunately, about 90% of new private student loans require a cosigner. In the absence of a willing or qualified cosigner, though, the good news is there are

How Often Can You Refinance Student Loans?

Most student loan borrowers expect to pay off their student loan debt in six years or less. Meanwhile, statistics tell us that the average borrower is spending 21.1 years paying off their student loans. Regardless of how long it takes YOU to pay off your student loans, one of the most expensive aspects of your

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