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Following President Joe Biden’s recent student loan forgiveness announcement, many borrowers are wondering exactly how much debt cancellation they qualify for. That’s because the amount you receive is based on the type of financial aid you used to pay for your education. Borrowers with federal student loans qualify for up to $10,000 in loan forgiveness, […]

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President Joe Biden’s long-awaited announcement on student loan forgiveness and deferment will have a positive financial impact on millions of borrowers. But the credit implications may be harder to understand. Roughly 60% of U.S. adults have had a student loan on pause due to the CARES Act and other relief policies. Whether you qualify for […]

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Borrowing tens of thousands of dollars in student loans is, unfortunately, quite common for students pursuing a college degree. The average 2020 college graduate borrowed $28,400 in student loans, according to College Board. But that figure isn’t all that borrowers owe—they also have to pay interest and other charges. While many borrowers focus on loans […]

President Joe Biden has finally fulfilled a long-awaited campaign promise: Up to $20,000 of your federal student loan debt may be forgiven through an executive order, the administration announced on Wednesday. To qualify, you must have federal student loans and earn less than $125,000 annually (or $250,000 if filing taxes jointly). You may also qualify […]

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Students pursuing a career in education can receive additional financial aid through the federal Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant program. It offers annual financial assistance to undergraduate students in exchange for at least a four-year teaching service requirement after leaving school. According to the Department of Education, almost 27,000 students […]

If you have poor credit, you’re not alone. Sixteen percent of Americans have a “poor” credit score, ranging between 300 and 579, according to Experian, one of the three major credit bureaus. If you’re one of the millions of people in this category and have children in college, you may not think you’re eligible for […]

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Students are doing "emotional check-ins" every morning. They have "calming rooms" to decompress and talk with a counselor. And schools that can find enough counselors are hiring more. Is it enough to reverse the mental health crisis?

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