Tag: student-debt

Here’s The One Thing You Should Say When Negotiating Student Loans

Default.   That word carries a lot of weight in the world of student loans. Last year, 1 million federal student loan borrowers defaulted on their loans, which means they failed to make a payment within 270 days of the due date. It’s expected that almost 40 percent of borrowers will default by 2023, according

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Paying off that student Loan- What You’ll Actually Be Doing After You Graduate, As Told By Your Zodiac Sign

Probably the least exciting thing about graduating college is having to answer the question of what you’re going to do after you graduate. It feels like some kind of a test of your self-will. The more you get asked the question, the more you want to throw a chair. We all have high hopes for

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The female faces of student loan debt

Image: Shutterstock / Myroslava Gerber Student loan debt may not be exclusive to gender, but women have a tougher time paying it off than men. Women earn just under 80 cents on the dollar compared with men, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, and they’re paying more out of their pockets to service debt.One year

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Nicki Minaj is helping studious fans pay their college expenses

A most benevolent diva. Image: Mike Coppola/Getty Images for People.com Fans of Nicki Minaj piled on with internet praise this weekend after the artist offered to pay college-related expenses for students with straight A’s. Minaj responded to dozens of requests on Twitter from fans seeking hundreds or thousands of dollars to pay down student loans

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