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22 December

How to Repay Your Student Loans While Self Employed

Self-employment can come in many forms. Ranging from being an independent contractor, freelancer, small business owner, social media influencer, or simply creating an LLC that best fits your business module. Not all are equal or the same, but understanding the …

01 December

How to Budget an Income Driven Plan

When taking out a student loan, it may be daunting to think about how or even when you are going to pay it back. It’s an anxiety-filled thought that many college attendees have to go through their minds. While the …

17 November

IDR and PSLF Program Account Adjustment.

In April of  2022, the U.S. Department of Education (ED) announced several updates that will bring borrowers under income-driven repayment (IDR) plans, closer to forgiveness. These adjustments include conducting a one-time revision of IDR payment counters to address past inaccuracies …

10 November

How to Apply for Total and Permanent Disability Discharge

If you have a permanent disability, you may qualify for a discharge of your federal student loans and/or TEACH (Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education) Grant service obligation. Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) relieves people that fall into …

21 October

The Power of Organizational Leadership

Organizational leadership is the ability to lead groups of individuals toward fulfilling an organization’s mission. It communicates the vision, establishes the strategic plan, and inspires individuals to put forth their best efforts. There are multiple forms of leading, all of …

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06 October

How to Qualify For Teacher Loan Forgiveness 

Teachers and educators could have up to $17,500 forgiven from their federal student loans. Teachers that have taught full-time for more than five consecutive academic years could have up to $17,500 in federal student loan debt. Depending on the subject …

08 September

Reasons to Take Advantage of PSLF Waiver

Nearly 37 million people are getting an additional four months of reprieve from payments. There have been seven extensions since the federal student loan payment pause went into effect in March 2020 due to the impact of the pandemic. If …

18 August

Education: Challenge or Opportunity?

Education is a turning point, but money is the ultimate root that activates the struggle for this turning point! There are two types of students in the game; some live as victims, while others live as fighters. The difference between …

04 August

The Link Between Addictions and Student Loan Debt

A debt of any kind can cause intense emotional and financial burdens regardless of the root of the debt. These feelings can be amplified, however, when the debt feels unavoidable and even crucial to the advancement of one’s life, such …