Topical Index

This index is up-to-date as of June 26, 2019. It links to College Affordability Solutions’ articles on college affordability strategies before, during, and after college.

The articles to which this index links may be reused and/or reprinted, in whole or in part, provided College Affordability Solutions is cited as the source and its website address is provided to readers of the reused/reprinted materials.

BEFORE COLLEGE

College Finance Plan

Ways to Cut Student Costs During and After College (Published August 14, 2019)

Before, During, and After College: You Need a Plan (Published September 27, 2017)

Before College Strategies for Your College Finance Plan (Published September 27, 2017)

Cost Reduction Strategies

Ways to Cut Student Costs During and After College (Published August 14, 2019)

Get Your College Student Ready to Handle Their Finances (Published June 5, 2019)

Comparatively Shop Before Finalizing College Selection (Published March 6, 2019)

Students Needn’t Borrow Loan Dollars Just Because They’re Offered (Published February 27, 2019)

Students Should Avoid Extra Costs by Graduating Before the 150% Rule Affects Them (Published April 17, 2019)

Can We Negotiate for Better Aid Offers to Make College More Affordable (Published March 27, 2019)

Use Grades K-8 to Identify General Career Directions (Published September 12, 2018)

A Last-Minute Affordability Checklist (Published August 15, 2018)

Financial and Other Pros and Cons of AP and Duel Credit Courses (Published February 7, 2018)

Check Out Free Tuition Programs When Considering Colleges (Published October 3, 2018)

A Degree in 4 Years — The Best Way to Limit College Costs (Published August 23, 2016)

10 Strategies For Limiting College Debt (Published April 29, 2016)

Why Begin At a Community College (Published March 7, 2017)

Problems With Beginning At a Community College (Published March 7, 2017)

Fit — It’s Critical to College Affordability (Published April 12, 2016)

Tried and True Ways to Reduce Textbook Costs (Published August 22, 2018)

A Car on Campus Can Create Colossally Causeless Costs (Published August 16, 2018)

Cut Your Federal Student Loan Borrowing Costs in One Simple Step (Published November 21, 2018)

Turn Down Unnecessary Loan Offers to Minimize Debt (Published April 12, 2017)

Summer Can Be Used To Reduce College Costs (Published April 25, 2017)

College Costs

Don’t Let Price Considerations Force Private Schools Off Your List of Potentials College — At Least Not Yet! (Published September 18, 2019)

Ways to Cut Student Costs During and After College (Published August 14, 2019)

Get Your College Student Ready to Handle Their Finances (Published June 5, 2019)

A Degree in 4 Years — The Best Way to Limit College Costs (Published August 23, 2016)

Comparatively Shop Before Finalizing College Selection (Published March 6, 2019)

Students Should Avoid Extra Costs by Graduating Before the 150% Rule Affects Them (Published April 17, 2019)

Beware of Unmet Need (Published March 13, 2019)

Going To an Out-of-State Public College or University is Exciting But Expensive (Published January 2, 2019)

Game Colleges Play With Financial Aid Award Letters (Published April 10, 2019)

College Sticker Prices Aren’t Necessarily Their Final Prices (Published June 7, 2017)

Games Colleges Play — Tuition and Fee Disclosures (Published March 21, 2018)

Check Out Those Hidden Fees (Published February 15, 2017)

Games Colleges Play — Disclosing Room, Board, and Other Costs (Published March 21, 2018)

Get Ready for What It’ll Cost . . . Now! (Publish May 2, 2018)

Is Orientation Worth the Cost? (Published May 15, 2019)

College Search and Selection

Technical Schools May Be Better Options Than Colleges — But Shop Carefully For Them! (Published August 21, 2019)

Don’t Let Price Considerations Force Private Schools Off Your List of Potentials College — At Least Not Yet! (Published September 18, 2019)

Step 1 in Building Your Student’s List of Potential Colleges (Published June 20, 2018)

Ways to Cut Student Costs During and After College (Published August 14, 2019)

May 1 is Just A Week Away (Published April 24, 2019)

Be Careful! For-Profit Schools Can Be Risky! (Published January 9, 2019)

Comparatively Shop Before Finalizing College Selection (Published March 6, 2019)

Going To an Out-of-State Public College or University is Exciting But Expensive (Published January 2, 2019)

Assessing Financial Aid Offers (Published March 3, 2017)

Beware of Unmet Need (Published March 13, 2019)

Can We Negotiate for Better Aid Offers to Make College More Affordable (Published March 27, 2019)

Shop Comparatively Using The Financial Aid Shopping Sheet (Published January 25, 2017)

Fit — It’s Critical to College Affordability (Published April 12, 2016)

Game Colleges Play With Financial Aid Award Letters (Published April 10, 2019)

Games Colleges Play — Tuition and Fee Disclosures (Published March 21, 2018)

Check Out Those Hidden Fees (Published February 15, 2017)

Games Colleges Play — Disclosing Room, Board, and Other Costs (Published March 21, 2018)

Credit Cards

Help Your Student Avoid Credit Card Traps (Published August 23, 2017)

Deadlines

Everything You Need to Know to Do Your FAFSA (Published September 26, 2018)

Don’t Miss Your FAFSA Priority Deadline (Published January 7, 2016)

May 1 is Just A Week Away (Published April 24, 2019)

Games Colleges Play — Deposit Deadlines (Published April 4, 2004)

Dependent and Independent Students

Is Your Student Dependent or Independent? (Published January 14, 2016)

FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid

Do Your 2020-21 FAFSA in Just Six More Days! (Published September 25, 2019)

Don’t Miss Your FAFSA Priority Deadline (Published January 7, 2016)

Has Your Student Been Asked To Verify FAFSA Data? (Published January 11, 2017)

Financial Aid Application Processes

Do Your 2020-21 FAFSA in Just Six More Days! (Published September 25, 2019)

KHey High School Seniors! If You’re Not Already Searching for Scholarships, You Should Be! (Published September 4, 2019)

Five Ways to Help High Schoolers Be Better Scholarship Candidates (Published September 19, 2018)

Is Your High School Junior Already Looking for Scholarships? (Published March 1, 2017)

Don’t Miss Your FAFSA Priority Deadline (Published January 7, 2016)

Has Your Student Been Asked To Verify FAFSA Data? (Published January 11, 2017)

Common Q and As About the Financial Aid Application Process (Published November 28, 2012)

Financial Aid Offers

Comparatively Shop Before Finalizing College Selection (Published March 6, 2019)

May 1 is Just A Week Away (Published April 24, 2019)

Can We Negotiate for Better Aid Offers to Make College More Affordable (Published March 27, 2019)

Students Needn’t Borrow Loan Dollars Just Because They’re Offered (Published February 27, 2019)

Assessing Financial Aid Offers (Published March 17, 2016)

Game Colleges Play With Financial Aid Award Letters (Published April 10, 2019)

Games Colleges Play — Financial Aid Offers (Published March 28, 2018)

Beware of Bait and Switch! (Published February 8, 2017)

Beware of Unmet Need (Published March 13, 2019)

Shop Comparatively Using The Financial Aid Shopping Sheet (Published January 25, 2017)

The Key Difference Between Subsidized and Unsubsized Student Loans (Published August 29, 2018)

Games the Government Plays — Federal TEACH Grants (Published April 11, 2018)

Should You File A Financial Aid Appeal? (Published March 22, 2017)

Grants

Games the Government Plays — Federal TEACH Grants (Published April 11, 2018)

Government College Affordability Programs

We Must Address Declining Enrollments By Making College More Affordable (Published August 28, 2019)

Vote as if Your Student Aid and Loans Depend on It . . . They Do! (Published October 1, 2018)

White House Proposals Would Slash and Burn Federal Student Aid (Published March 20, 2019)

Money Management

Ways to Cut Student Costs During and After College (Published August 14, 2019)

Get Your College Student Ready to Handle Their Finances (Published June 5, 2019)

Is Orientation Worth the Cost? (Published May 15, 2019)

Prepare Your Freshman to Manage Those First-Year Expenses (Published August 9, 2017)

Parent Borrowing

Hey Parents, If You Really Need a Federal PLUS Loan But Have an Adverse Credit History, Here’s What To Do (Published May 29, 2019)

Student Loan Interest Rates Drop for 2019-20 (Published May 22, 2019)

Parent Loans — Helpful Today But a Potential Curse Tomorrow (Published March 7, 2018)

Saving and Investing for College

Will Your Student Lose Financial Aid if You Save for College? (Published November 15, 2018)

New Baby? Start Investing For College Now! (Published November 15, 2017)

5+2+9 = A Great away To Invest For College (May 9, 2018)

Saving For College? Consider a 529 Plan (Published December 1, 2016)

Roth IRAs — A College Savings Option (Published December 5, 2018)

College Savings Bonds: An Affordable, Safe, Simple College Investment With Tax Advantages (Published December 9, 2016)

Scams and Rip-Offs

Technical Schools May Be Better Options Than Colleges — But Shop Carefully For Them! (Published August 21, 2019)

Get Your College Student Ready to Handle Their Finances (Published June 5, 2019)

Game Colleges Play With Financial Aid Award Letters (Published April 10, 2019)

Watch Out for Student Aid Scams! (Published October 31, 2018)

Beware Of The Student Tax Scam (Published September 7, 2016)

Scholarships

Hey High School Seniors! If You’re Not Already Searching for Scholarships, You Should Be! (Published September 4, 2019)

Five Ways to Help High Schoolers Become Better Scholarship Candidates (Published September 19, 2018)

Is Your High School Junior Already Looking For Scholarships? (Published March 1, 2017)

Scholarship Searching — When and Where (Published October 20, 2016)

Things To Do When Applying For Scholarships (Published October 20, 2016)

Beware of Bait and Switch (Published February 8, 2017)

Can We Negotiate for Better Aid Offers to Make College More Affordable (Published March 27, 2019)

Seeking Financial Assistance

Do Your 2020-21 FAFSA in Just Six More Days! (Published September 25, 2019)

Hey High School Seniors! If You’re Not Already Searching for Scholarships, You Should Be! (Published September 4, 2019)

Five Ways to Help High Schoolers Become Better Scholarship Candidates (Published September 19, 2018)

Scholarship Searching — When and Where (Published October 20, 2016

Watch Out for Student Aid Scams! (Published October 31, 2018)

Everything You Need to Know to Do Your FAFSA (Published September 26, 2018)

Common Q and As About the Financial Aid Application Process (Published November 28, 2018)

Is Your High School Junior Already Looking For Scholarships? (Published March 1, 2017)

Has Your Student Been Asked to Verify FAFSA Data? (Published January 11, 2017)

Can We Negotiate for Better Aid Offers to Make College More Affordable (Published March 27, 2019)

Student Loans

Students Needn’t Borrow Loan Dollars Just Because They’re Offered (Published February 27, 2019)

Ways to Cut Student Costs During and After College (Published August 14, 2019)

Game Colleges Play With Financial Aid Award Letters (Published April 10, 2019)

Resources to Help You Understand Your Federal Student Loans (Published November 7, 2018)

Cut Your Federal Student Loan Borrowing Costs in One Simple Step (Published November 21, 2018)

The Key Difference Between Subsidized and Unsubsidized Student Loans (Published August 12, 2018)

Students Should Avoid Extra Costs by Graduating Before the 150% Rule Affects Them (Published April 17, 2019)

Get Answers to These Questions Before Borrowing Private Student Loans (Part 1) (Published May 30, 2018)

Get Answers to These Questions Before Borrowing Private Student Loans (Part 2) (Published June 6, 2018)

Make Sure Your Freshman’s Loans Are There When Needed (Published August 2, 2017)

What Student Loan Debt Costs (Published December 29, 2015)

Student Loan Interest Rates Drop for 2019-20 (Published May 22, 2019)

Tuition and Fees

Ways to Cut Student Costs During and After College (Published August 14, 2019)

Game Colleges Play With Financial Aid Award Letters (Published April 10, 2019)

Games Colleges Play — Tuition and Fee Disclosures (Published March 21, 2018)

Check Out These Hidden Fees (Published February 15, 2017)

Value of Postsecondary Education

Technical Schools May Be Better Options Than Colleges — But Shop Carefully For Them! (Published August 21, 2019)

Education After High School? Oh, Yeah, It’s Worth It! (Published June 18, 2019)

Is Borrowing For College Worthwhile? (Published April 29, 2016)

Verification

Has Your Student Been Asked To Verify FAFSA Data? (Published January 11, 2017)

Working To Make Money for College

Fast Food Jobs Can Generate Thousands for College (Published September 5, 2018)

DURING COLLEGE

College Finance Plan

Ways to Cut Student Costs During and After College (Published August 14, 2019)

Before, During, and After College: You Need a Plan (Published September 27, 2017)

During College: Strategies For Your College Finance Plan (Published October 4, 2017)

Cost Reduction Strategies

Helping Your Student to Manage Money (Published October 23, 2019)

Ways to Cut Student Costs During and After College (Published August 14, 2019)

The Right Care Package Can Help Your Student Do Well on Finals and Save Money (Published May 2, 2019)

A Last-Minute Affordability Checklist (Published August 15, 2018)

A Degree in 4-Years — The Best Way To Limit College Costs (Published August 23, 2016)

Students Should Avoid Extra Costs by Graduating Before the 150% Rule Affects Them (Published April 17, 2019)

Caught Up in a Financial Dilemma? Don’t Drop Out Without First Looking Into Micro-Grants (Published April 3, 2019)

10 Strategies For Limiting College Debt (Published April 29, 2016)

Advise Your Student To Avoid Dropping Courses, Especially Late In The Term! (Published April 25, 2018)

Tried and True Ways to Reduce Textbook Costs (Published August 22, 2018)

A Car on Campus Can Create Colossally Causeless Costs (Published August 16, 2017)

Student Money Management — The $10 Latte (Published October 27, 2016)

Give Your Student A Money-Saving Holiday Gifts (Published November 25, 2016)

Spring Break, Not Spring Bankruptcy! (Published February 22, 2017)

Credit Cards

Help Your Student Avoid Credit Card Traps (Published August 23, 2017)

FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)

Do Your 2020-21 FAFSA in Just Six More Days! (Published September 25, 2019)

Don’t Miss Your FAFSA Priority Deadline (Published January 7, 2016)

Has Your Student Been Asked To Verify FAFSA Data? (Published January 11, 2017)

Financial Aid Offers

Games The Government Plays — Federal TEACH Grants (Published April 11, 2018)

Beware of Bait and Switch! (Published February 8, 2017)

Shop Comparatively Using The Financial Aid Shopping Sheet (Published January 25, 2017)

Should You File A Financial Aid Appeal? (Published March 22, 2017)

Grants

Caught Up in a Financial Dilemma? Don’t Drop Out Without First Looking Into Micro-Grants (Published April 3, 2019)

Pell Grants Can Help Pay For Summer School (Published May 10, 2017)

Games The Government Plays — Federal TEACH Grants (Published April 11, 2018)

Was Your TEACH Grant Wrongly Turned Into a Loan? Now You Can Get That Fixed (Published May 8, 2019)

Maintaining Eligibility for Financial Aid and Scholarships

Using Campus Services to Boost Academic Performance Pays Off (Published October 10, 2018)

Government College Affordability Programs

We Must Address Declining Enrollments By Making College More Affordable (Published August 28, 2019)

Vote as if Your Student Aid and Loans Depend on It . . . They Do! (Published October 1, 2018)

White House Proposals Would Slash and Burn Federal Student Aid (Published March 20, 2019)

Money Management

Helping Your Student to Manage Money (Published October 23, 2019)

During College Your Undergraduate Needs A Spending Plan (Published November 1, 2017)

Ways to Cut Student Costs During and After College (Published August 14, 2019)

The Right Care Package Can Help Your Student Do Well on Finals and Save Money (Published May 2, 2019)

Students Should Avoid Extra Costs by Graduating Before the 150% Rule Affects Them (Published April 17, 2019)

Caught Up in a Financial Dilemma? Don’t Drop Out Without First Looking Into Micro-Grants (Published April 3, 2019)

A Last-Minute Affordability Checklist (Published August 15, 2018)

Use the Holiday Break to Evaluate and Develop Spending Plans (Published December 12, 2018)

Tried and True Ways to Reduce Textbook Costs (Published August 22, 2018)

A Car on Campus Can Create Coloss ally Causeless Costs (Published August 16, 2017)

Student Money Management — The $10 Latte (Published October 27, 2016)

Give Your Student Money-Saving Holiday Gifts! (Published November 25, 2016)

Help Your Student Avoid Overspending on Holiday Gifts (Published December 6, 2017)

Timely Advice To Help Your Student Manage January Expenses (Published January 3, 2018)

Spring Break, Not Spring Bankruptcy! (Published February 22, 2017)

You Should Be Protesting If Your Student’s Not Detesting Cryptocurrency Investing! (Published April 18, 2018)

Off-Campus Housing

What To Consider Before A Student Chooses An Off-Campus Residence (Published January 24, 2018)

Things To Watch For Before Signing An Off-Campus Lease (Published January 31, 2018)

Parent Borrowing

Hey Parents, If You Really Need a Federal PLUS Loan But Have an Adverse Credit History, Here’s What To Do (Published May 29, 2019)

Parent Loans — Helpful Today, But A Potential Curse TomorrowParent Loans — Helpful Today, But A Potential Curse Tomorrow (Published March 7, 2018)

Student Loans

Prepare To Fight for Your Federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness! (Published September 11, 2019)

Was Your TEACH Grant Wrongly Turned Into a Loan? Now You Can Get That Fixed (Published May 8, 2019)

Students Needn’t Borrow Loan Dollars Just Because They’re Offered (Published February 27, 2019

Resources to Help You Understand Your Federal Student Loans (Published November 7, 2018)

The Key Difference Between Subsidized and Unsubsidized Student Loans (Published August 29, 2018)

Students Should Avoid Extra Costs by Graduating Before the 150% Rule Affects Them (Published April 17, 2019)

Despite What You May Have Heard, Public Service Loan Forgiveness Is Still Available! (Published October 17, 2018)

Watch Out for Student Aid Scams! (Published October 31, 2018)

What Student Loan Debt Costs (Published December 29, 2015)

10 Strategies For Limiting College Debt (Published April 29, 2016)

Get Answers to These Questions Before Borrowing Private Student Loans (Part 1) (Published May 30, 2018)

Get Answers to These Questions Before Borrowing Private Student Loans (Part 2) (Published June 6, 2018)

Student Loan Interest Rates Drop for 2019-20 (Published May 22, 2019)

Scams and Rip-Offs

Was Your TEACH Grant Wrongly Turned Into a Loan? Now You Can Get That Fixed (Published May 8, 2019)

Watch Out for Student Aid Scams! (Published October 31, 2018)

Beware the Student Tax Scam (Published September 7, 2016)

Scholarships

Scholarship Searching — When and Where (Published October 20, 2016)

During College: Keep Seeking Scholarships (Published February 1, 2017)

Watch Out for Student Aid Scams! (Published October 31, 2018)

Things To Do When Applying For Scholarships (Published October 20, 2016)

Caught Up in a Financial Dilemma? Don’t Drop Out Without First Looking Into Micro-Grants (Published April 3, 2019)

Seeking Financial Assistance

Scholarship Searching — When and Where (Published October 20, 2016)

Caught Up in a Financial Dilemma? Don’t Drop Out Without First Looking Into Micro-Grants (Published April 3, 2019)

Watch Out for Student Aid Scams! (Published October 31, 2018)

Do Your 2020-21 FAFSA in Just Six More Days! (Published September 25, 2019)

During College: Keep Seeking Scholarships (Published February 1, 2017)

Things To Do When Applying For Scholarships (Published October 20, 2016)

Tax Benefits for Higher Education

Claim Your Educational Tax Benefits (Published April 6, 2017)

Working While in College

It’s Good To Work As A Freshman, Just Not Too Much (Published April 19, 2017)

Fast Food Jobs Can Generate Thousands for College (Published September 5, 2028)

Seasonal Student Employment Can Reduce The Need To Borrow (Published November 7, 2026)

Now’s The Time For College Students To Search for Summer Jobs! (February 21, 2018)

After College

College Finance Plan

Before, During, and After College: You Need a Plan (Published September 27, 2017)

After College: Strategies For Your College Finance Plan (Published October 11, 2017)

Consolidation and Refinancing of Student Debt

Resources to Help You Understand Your Federal Student Loans (Published November 7, 2018)

Federal Student Loan Consolidation Advantages (Published October 5, 2016)

Federal Student Loan Consolidation Disadvantages (Published October 5, 2016)

Should You Refinance Your Federal Student Loan Debt? (Published May 31, 2017)

If You’re Older and Paying on College Loans, You’re Not Alone. And You Have Options! (Published October 24, 2018)

Debt Forgiveness and Cancellation

Prepare To Fight for Your Federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness! (Published September 11, 2019)

Was Your TEACH Grant Wrongly Turned Into a Loan? Now You Can Get That Fixed (Published May 8, 2019)

Resources to Help You Understand Your Federal Student Loans (Published November 7, 2019)

Getting Your Federal Student Loans Forgiven (Published June 2, 2016)

Watch Out for Student Aid Scams! (Published October 31, 2018)

Were You Wrongly Denied Public Service Loan Forgiveness? There’s An Opportunity To Fix That (Published June 13, 2018)

If You’re Older and Paying on College Loans, You’re Not Alone. And You Have Options! (Published October 24, 2018)

Grace Period

Hey Graduate! What’s Next For Your Student Loans? (Published May 23, 2016)

What’s A Grace Period? (Published May 17, 2017)

Things To Do As Your First Student Loan Payment Comes Due (Published January 10, 2018)

Government College Affordability Programs

Vote as if Your Student Aid and Loans Depend on It . . . They Do! (Published October 1, 2018)

White House Proposals Would Slash and Burn Federal Student Aid (Published March 20, 2019)

Was Your TEACH Grant Wrongly Turned Into a Loan? Now You Can Get That Fixed (Published May 8, 2019)

Repayment of College Loans

Revised Pay As You Earn — Could It Be the Best Plan for Repaying Your Student Loans? (Published November 11, 2019)

Can “Pay As You Earn” Help You Repay Your College Debt? (Published November 6, 2019)

Income-Contingent Repayment May Meet Your Federal Student Loan Repayment Needs (Published November 4, 2019)

Can and Should You Use Income-Based Repayment (Published October 16, 2019)

Is a Conventional Student Loan Repayment Plan for You? (Published October 9, 2019)

Questions to Answer Before You Begin Student Loan Repayment (Published October 2, 2019)

Prepare To Fight for Your Federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness! (Published September 11, 2019)

Were You Wrongly Denied Public Service Loan Forgiveness? There’s An Opportunity To Fix That (Published June 13, 2018)

Easily Avoided Student Loan Repayment Mistakes (Published June 12, 2019)

Getting Your Federal Student Loans Forgiven (Published June 2, 2016)

Hey Graduate! What’s Next For Your Student Loans? (Published May 23, 2016)

If You’re Older and Paying on College Loans, You’re Not Alone. And You Have Options! (Published October 24, 2018)

“Late” and “Missed” Are 4-Letter Words For Your Student Loans (Published January 4, 2017)

Know What — And To Whom — You Owe Your Student Loans (Published November 29, 2017)

Resources to Help You Understand Your Federal Student Loans (Published November 7, 2018)

Save By Prepaying During Your Grace Period (Published October 28, 2017)

Should You Refinance Your Federal Student Loan Debt? (Published May 31, 2017)

Things To Do As Your First Student Loan Payment Comes Due (Published January 10, 2018)

Was Your TEACH Grant Wrongly Turned Into a Loan? Now You Can Get That Fixed (Published May 8, 2019)

Watch Out for Student Aid Scams! (Published October 31, 2018)

What Will My Monthly Student Loan Payments Be? (Published May 24, 2017)

What’s A Grace Period (Published May 17, 2017)

Repayment Assistance

Prepare To Fight for Your Federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness! (Published September 11, 2019)

Were You Wrongly Denied Public Service Loan Forgiveness? There’s An Opportunity To Fix That (Published June 13, 2018)

Easily Avoided Student Loan Repayment Mistakes (Published June 12, 2019)

Getting Your Federal Student Loans Forgiven (Published June 2, 2016)

Give a Graduation Gift That’s Worth More Than It Costs (Published May 3, 2017)

If You’re Older and Paying on College Loans, You’re Not Alone. And You Have Options! (Published October 24, 2018)

Look For Employers Offering Student Loan Repayment Assistance (Published May 23, 2018)

On Student Loans, Neither a Delinquent Nor a Defaulter Be! (Published June 26, 2019)

Resources to Help You Understand Your Federal Student Loans (Published November 7, 2018)

Watch Out for Student Aid Scams! (Published October 31, 2018)

Repayment Problems

Easily Avoided Student Loan Repayment Mistakes (Published June 12, 2019)

If You’re Older and Paying on College Loans, You’re Not Alone. And You Have Options! (Published October 24, 2018)

If Your Student Loan Servicer Mistreats You (Published June 14, 2017)

On Student Loans, Neither a Delinquent Nor a Defaulter Be! (Published June 26, 2019)

Resources to Help You Understand Your Federal Student Loans (Published November 7, 2018)

Watch Out for Student Aid Scams! (Published October 31, 2018)

Tax Benefits for College Loan Repayment

Claim Your Educational Tax Benefits (Published April 6, 2017)