Save Money Today on Your Student Loans
Did you know that more than half of millennials have asked for a bump in pay in the last two years? But that’s not all: nearly 80% of those who asked were told yes, according to a recent report from NBC News.
After reading this, you might have the urge to march into work tomorrow and ask for more money. Good for you. But before you do, let's get you in the right mindset.
Got a Navient student loan? If so, you may have wondered if you qualify for a lower interest rate to save some money or lower your monthly payment.
The challenge is that Navient doesn’t offer a refinancing option. But that doesn’t mean you're stuck. Here are a few answers to common questions about refinancing with a different lender—and why you may want to do it.
Did you know that Americans now owe more than $1.48 trillion in student loan debt, with 2016 graduates owing an average of $37,172?
If you're part of that statistic, you may have heard that refinancing your student loans can be a smart way to pay off your loans faster and save money. In fact, refinancing can save borrowers an average of more than $15,000 over the life of their loan.
Tax season is a time most of us dread and try to rush through. But if you’ve been diligently paying off your student loans this past year, you’ll want to take advantage of the student loan interest tax deduction.
This allows you to deduct the interest you’ve paid on your student loans up to $2,500. By claiming this deduction, you’re lowering the amount of income the government can tax.