Student Finance

Student Loan Tax Deduction: Great News for Refinanced or Consolidated Student Loans

Student Loan Tax Deduction: Great News for Refinanced or Consolidated Student Loans

Paying off student loans may be the least enjoyable part of your new life as a college graduate, but there is one benefit: You may qualify for tax deductions for student loan borrowers. Loan consolidation or refinancing can also help you and tax incentives may be just one more reason to do it. The tax deduction on student... read more »

 

Pay Off Your Student Loan To Start Investing In Early Retirement!

Pay Off Your Student Loan To Start Investing In Early Retirement!

The average college student graduates with student loans of $26,500 and may also have private loans and credit card debt on top of that. That much debt can be intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. You need a plan to tackle it. Investing in your retirement is also important, and the earlier you get started, the better... read more »

 

How To Pay Off A Student Loan on a Forensic Accountants Salary?

How To Pay Off A Student Loan on a Forensic Accountants Salary?

https://www.flickr.com/photos/rogerblackwell Education is key in this society. Though there are some people who have not reached higher education that have enjoyed successful careers, many students need to pursue higher education in order to reach those same levels. Even the most basic job requires that you at least have... read more »

 

Spending Your Way to Building Credit Faster – Student Guide

Spending Your Way to Building Credit Faster – Student Guide

Really? Spending more can build credit faster? Sounds crazy right? Well, it’s true. It turns out it’s a misconception that a lot of credit cards can actually damage your credit rating; as a matter of fact, canceling your credit cards and moving your debt balances around can make matters worse. It’s important... read more »