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The True Impact of Student Loans on Credit and Home Ownership

It’s a common question asked over and over again: Will student loan debt keep me from owning a home? The reason is when you purchase an education you may have far more debt than what a new car costs and … Continue reading

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The True Impact of Student Loans on Credit and Home Ownership

It’s a common question asked over and over again: Will student loan debt keep me from owning a home? The reason is when you purchase an education you may have far more debt than what a new car costs and … Continue reading

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Two Expensive Student Loan Mistakes To Avoid

Student loans have become a necessary evil for paying for college. Too many college students fall into the scary gap of Too Poor For College, Too Rich For Financial Aid. But there are two things that a lot of college … Continue reading

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Is Student Debt Really Hurting the Housing Market?

Young Americans with student loan debt have to earn 34% more, or an extra $8,969 a year, than their peers without education debt in order to buy a median-priced home, a new analysis from RealtyTrac finds. That may seem upsetting … Continue reading

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Student tackles student loan crisis

text size Updated: Friday, August 29 2014, 07:26 PM EDT These days’ student loans and debt go hand-in-hand with rising cost of the college experience. Kevin Connell is now a senior at the University of Rochester and one of many … Continue reading

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How Closing Cards and Student Loans Affects FICO Scores

Dear Speaking of Credit, Will closing my credit cards, with a balance of zero, affect my credit score? Do student loans affect my credit score in any way? I’m not using my credit card to pay off my student loans. … Continue reading

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Student Loan Debt Mapped State by State

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The issue of student loans

Students should be able to refinance their college loans to take advantage of lower interest rates, according to U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin and Ann Callis, a Democrat from Edwardsville who is challenging incumbent Republican Rodney Davis for a seat in … Continue reading

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Deferred student loans put mortgage chances in jeopardy

The cost of your education isn’t just interest you pay on student loans. No, in fact, another type of cost also lurks in the mix – mortgage ineligibility. A deferred student loan usually will be counted against your income when … Continue reading

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Could student loans cost you your Social Security benefits?

Much like unemployment isn’t going to get you out of repaying student loans, retirement isn’t going to, either. Social Security recipients – whether they’re retired or disabled – can have up to 15% of their checks taken for defaulted federal student loans, … Continue reading

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