Mark Kantrowitz


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If you haven't experienced any problems with them, then there isn't any reason to switch. The lenders tend to be really responsive to complaints received on the CFPB. It's not always going to be in your favor, but they will
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Oct 05 2017
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Jun 30 2017

There are a lot of things that can go

Jun 30 2017

If you're filing this late, it usually means you need

Jun 27 2017

You're always going to be in a better position and have more opportunities, more flexibility as to choice of type of program … if you'd saved in

Jun 27 2017

I wouldn't encourage a parent to abandon the idea of sending their child to college because 'oh the apprenticeship programs are a magic bullet, they won't cost very

Jun 26 2017

The financial impact of this increase is on the order of a few dollars a month on a 10-year repayment plan for every $10,000 borrowed. This increase doesn't affect existing loans, just the ones that are disbursed starting July

May 30 2017

The rates are going up because the Federal Reserve has started raising interest rates at a regular pace and we can expect that they'll continue to go up. I wouldn't be surprised if we see an increase in the federal student loan interest rates each of the next few years of between half and three-quarters of a percentage point. Every dollar you save is a dollar less you'll need to borrow. And every dollar you borrow will cost about two dollars by the time you repay the debt. So it's literally cheaper to save than to

May 23 2017

These colleges justify their costs by saying that you will get a more personal education, but will increasingly start to

May 18 2017

It's very important to have a path from enrollment through completion, to plan out what you'll do when and to focus on courses that you know will

May 18 2017

It was already a difficult process to apply for income-driven repayment plans with the IRS data-retrieval tool and now that process is more

May 14 2017

If you're borrowing more than $50,000 for a bachelor's degree, that's a sign you're headed for

May 14 2017

Too much debt will have a cascading effect that will last for decades. When more of your income needs to go toward repaying loans, you're not going to save as much and you'll be less willing and able to borrow for other goals such as a

May 11 2017

This increase doesn't affect existing loans, just the ones that are disbursed starting July

May 11 2017

The financial impact of this increase is on the order of a few dollars a month on a 10-year repayment plan for every $10,000

May 04 2017

Even if your [high] school doesn't offer AP tests, check with the college to find out what other options they offer. It benefits you in college admission, because they are challenging classes. The college knows it's not a class that has been watered down. [Scoring] a 4 or 5 is a real

Apr 24 2017

[MyinTuition] is a simplified version of a net price calculator. It reduces the number of questions. This reduces the accuracy of the net price calculation, but makes the tool easier to

Apr 18 2017

Except for borrowers who are living at close to 150 percent of the poverty line, most borrowers under an income-driven repayment plan will not reach the 20- or 25-year forgiveness

Apr 04 2017

It is inaccurate to suggest that the federal government has managed the Direct Loan program any better or any worse than the FFEL lenders did. The percentage of Direct Loan dollars in default is similar to what it was under the FFEL program prior to 2010. Growth in loan volume is largely due to growth in college costs and anemic increases in the federal Pell grants. Although milestones like a trillion dollars in student loan debt are impressive, what matters more is the impact on individual borrowers. We do not currently have a student debt problem so much as a college completion

Mar 30 2017

Financial aid for graduate school is mostly going to be in the form of loans. You can end up with too much

Mar 30 2017

To the extent that you're borrowing to fund your education, there's the presumption that you're going to be making enough to pay it back. What is the payback period for the debt?feedback

Mar 14 2017

We don't have a student loan problem, we have a college completion problem. Students who drop out of college are four times more likely to default on their

Mar 09 2017

A single physics or calculus textbook can cost you as much as $

Mar 09 2017

I would encourage families to use the luxury of the extra time. You have the time to make a more informed decision. You may think you have a free ride from this college, when in reality you have a ridiculous amount of loans. It's not because of your strong negotiating skills. Colleges really aren't car dealerships, where bluff and bluster can get you a better

Feb 10 2017

Live like a student when you're in school so you don't have to live like a student after you

Feb 10 2017

Loan limits, even in rules of thumb like this, should not be targets. Borrow as little as you need, not as much as you

Jan 25 2017

You get in, you get a great offer, it gives you more time to slack off. Offers of admission are conditional - they are dependent on final grades. If you have a serious slump, the school could rescind the

Jan 25 2017

It is a real consideration for some. They arrive on campus and form a first impression. More time will allow them to make a more deliberative, informed

Dec 16 2016

You'd want to be cautious about artificially inflating your

Dec 16 2016

It's a holistic review. If you just lost your job but you also won the Mega Millions jackpot, then the college will take both factors into

Dec 16 2016

What you would do is write a letter to the college detailing the unusual circumstances. [Tell them] it's a one-time event, that's not reflective of the family's ability to

Nov 10 2016

This could be implemented entirely through the regulatory

Sep 26 2016

The country is getting a bargain with public service loan forgiveness. As a society, it is a lot cheaper to provide loan forgiveness for people who want to pursue public service than pay them higher

Sep 11 2016

It replaces student loan debt with tax

Aug 29 2016

To my knowledge, this is the first program that matches the use of college savings to pay for

Aug 04 2016

It's one thing [to take out the money] if the child didn't go to college and is never going to go to college, or if they went to college and there's money left

Aug 04 2016

Your greatest asset is time. So if you take out the money early on, and you're telling yourself you're going to put the money back in, you've reduced the amount of time for the money to

Jul 24 2016

It's very easy to forget you have student loans with the grace period. It can sneak up on

Jul 24 2016

With automatic payments, most borrowers quickly adjust their spending and avoid missing

Jul 15 2016

The most effective crowdfunding is to ask friends and

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