Save Money Today on Your Student Loans
No one would say that going through a divorce was a particularly pleasant time in their lives. Along with the emotional strain, there's the logistical headache of who gets what. And while you may both be working to hold onto as many assets as possible, it's safe to assume that neither of is reaching for the marriage's debt.
So who will get stuck with the short straw? Navigating student debt liability during a divorce can be challenging, so we're sharing the answers you need most.
Social media hasn't made being an adult any easier, but it has increased the possibility that you'll find someone else who's having just as hard a time as you are.
Saying that adulthood isn't all it was cracked up to be (I'm looking at you, student loans) is the understatement of the century, so it's nice when you can find people who bring humor to the everyday grind of being a grown-up.
You're knee deep in studying for the bar. In fact, you should probably be studying right now instead of reading this post, but everyone needs the occasional break. And you desperately need something to look forward to if you're going to dive back into a four-hour lecture on torts.
Your friends with rich parents and no student loans might be able to jump online and book a vacation in the south of France, but you need a trip that rewards you for all these miserable hours without destroying your bank account.
According to the Department of Health and Human Services, the U.S. birthrate has tanked. And who’s to blame? Millennials.
There’s been plenty of hand-wringing about this in the media, along with elaborate think-pieces about why this might be happening. But if you’re a Millennial, your response might be a solid eyeroll. To many of us, the reasons people our age aren’t having more—or any—kids are screamingly obvious. But strap in, because we’re going to get into those reasons anyway.
Born sometime in the 1980s? Feel like no matter how hard you try, the debt monkey is never getting off your back? Constantly feeling like your checking account has, oh … about 34% less money in it than you expected?
It’s not your imagination. People from every generation are struggling with debt these days. But there’s research to suggest that those born in the 1980s have it particularly hard.
It's something many of us have joked about: If we could win the lottery and wipe out all of our student loan debt at once...
Well now, one of our lender partners, Education Loan Finance (ELFI), is offering that chance — and you don't even have to buy a lottery ticket.