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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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Student Loan Repayment Term Length

Repayment terms can help you circumvent thousands of dollars of interest in the course of your loan. It all depends on your level of risk.

We’re Abandoning PSLF

Marriage can complicate your students loans, which might effect how you file your taxes. Learn more about the financial conundrum of married filing seperately when dealing with loans.

Do You Hate Paying Off Debt?

Making student loan payments every month can seem like an uphill battle sometimes. Here are some tips for keeping your head above water and remaining happy throughout the process.

Student Loan Repayment Programs

Student loans are confusing at the best of times, and there are several options for you to choose from. Here are the repayment programs and what they can mean for you.

Understanding Student Loan Status

Student loans can be tricky to understand. Knowing the status of your loans can help you better manage and repay them.

Private Student Loans – An Introduction

Previously, we discussed the many different flavors of federal student loans. Private student loans for lawyers are not nearly as common as their federal cousins, but several readers may have picked up a few private student loans in undergraduate or law school. Essentially, a private loan is any loan that is not issued or backed

Federal Student Loans – An Introduction

The first step in erasing your student loans is understanding what you’ve borrowed. This is not as easy as it should be, but the process is getting better. Once you know what type of loans you hold, you can begin to understand your options. There are two types of student loans: Private loans are made

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