DebtReviews.com Blog Category: Student Loans
Student loans are an essential part of academic life for countess Americans, even though they cause endless stress for students everywhere. It’s okay when you are young and learning and you have your whole future ahead of you, but when you are working and struggling to chip away at those loans, then it becomes a nightmare, a crushing weight that you just can’t seem to get rid of.
This is something that we know all to well here on DebtReviews.com, which is why we have dedicated a large portions of the DebtReviews.com website to helping Americans like you through these student loans.
We have guides to the best loans that offer the lowest interest; we have guides to show you how to get them forgiven; and we also have tips on how you can pay them off quickly and without causing further distress to you or your family.
So, take a look below at the many guides, reviews and more on student loans.
The biggest form of unsecured debt in the United States right now is student loans. It’s higher than personal loans and payday loans—it’s even higher than credit card debt. The reason it’s so high is because so many students take what they can get, regardless of interest rates, and then suffer the consequences later in […]Continue reading
How did you pay for college? If you’re like most people who attended university, you took out student loans each year. Some students even apply for a new, smaller loan each semester! Whatever the case, you’ve likely got a series of student loans on your credit report, each requiring a monthly payment. If you want […]Continue reading
Choosing to attend a university can mean a lot of changes in your life. Some are for the better – you’ll have new career prospects and, hopefully, a higher salary than if you were to head directly into a career after high school. But some changes are a bit daunting, and maybe a little confusing. […]Continue reading
Every year, somewhere around a million Americans file bankruptcy. The number is somewhat fluid, as some bankruptcies are personal and others are business. However, a million is still quite a large number of people who no longer feel they can handle their debt. There are, as you might know, certain debts which can be included […]Continue reading
Thinking about going to college? Good for you! Whether you’re fresh out of high school or looking for a career change, college is a big decision. Of course, in addition to deciding your intended major you’ll also have to consider student loans. The average graduate has upwards of $40,000 in student loan debt. It’s important […]Continue reading
Student loan debt is a growing problem in the United States. It’s a massive burden of debt that tens of millions of students and young adults battle with every year. But if you are feeling overwhelmed by your debt there is help available. In this guide we’ll look at all available student loan help, from […]Continue reading
There are two main types of student loan: private and federal. But there are several different types of both private and federal loans and this can complicate matters if you’re new to the subject and seeking to apply for a student loan. In this guide we’ll look at all available types of loans for students […]Continue reading
Student loan debt is climbing year on year, with more graduates leaving the education system in debt. But like anything in life, being proactive can make things easier and having a bit of knowledge on your side can take you a long way. In this guide we will look at how you can pay off […]Continue reading
There is no magic wand that will make your student loan debt disappear in a single swipe. Unless your college tuition was at Hogwarts, then the only way to get rid of that student loan is to pay it back steadily in the way that millions of Americans do. But there are exceptions and it […]Continue reading
For many students loans are the only means by which they can pay for college. Tuition, fees, books, and living expenses are far more than a student can earn by working full time in the summer and part time during the school year. Student loans are relatively easy to obtain, and since no payments are […]Continue reading