Student loan forgiveness 7 things that could mess it up

Millions of student loan borrowers look to the Public Student Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program to get relief from their college debt. Created in 2007, PSLF forgives student loans for qualifying public servants after 10 years of payments. What’s more, recipients don’t have to pay taxes on the forgiven balance like they do with the Department […]

student loan relief scams

Today’s college graduates have an average student loan balance of $32,731, according to the Federal Reserve. For some, that’s higher than their starting salary, making it nigh impossible to make the minimum monthly payments. $32,731 Average student loan balance If you feel like the pressure of your student loans is becoming too much, you might […]

Purefy student loan refinancing

This article is an in-depth review of Purefy student loan refinancing services. If you’re looking to refinance your student loans, it can be overwhelming to see how many lenders want to work with you. Comparing several lenders is always the best way to get the lowest rate. But most lenders run a soft or hard […]

Purefy student loan refinancing

When you’re looking for the best way to refinance your student loans, online lenders typically offer the best rates and features. That’s because, unlike traditional banks, they don’t have high costs that come with brick-and-mortar branches, allowing them to offer more competitive features. Citizens Bank is a traditional bank, but it surprisingly offers rates and […]

CommonBond in-depth review

This article is an in-depth review of CommonBond Graduate Student Loan Refinancing. If you’re considering CommonBond, read about the pros and cons before you make a decision. Refinancing your student loans can be a great way to give you more control over your student loan repayment plan. But finding the right lender isn’t always easy. […]

Student loan scams -- How to avoid the traps

You know it, we know it—student debt is tough. But student loan scams are worse. Some months, it seems impossible to find enough cash to buy food, pay rent, pay the phone bill, AND pay off your student loan. According to the Federal Student Aid Data Center, as of December 2016, about 31.5 million students owe […]

debt consolidation excessive debt

In 1964, United States Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart attempted to describe his threshold test for obscenity in Jacobellis v. Ohio, famously saying it was difficult to define, but “I know it when I see it.” People often think of excessive debt this way. They may not have a ready definition for what counts as excessive […]

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We’re proud to announce that SuperMoney launched our loan offer engine at Finovate – a conference that showcases cutting-edge banking and financial technologies. SuperMoney helps people compare financial services. To date, we’ve helped millions of people shop for loans, investments and other financial products. As a financial services aggregator, SuperMoney partners with the world’s leading […]

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The average price of a new car in the United States is $34,372, according to Kelley Blue Book’s recent numbers, which is up 2.5% from 2015 numbers. However, the costs of owning a vehicle is much more than the sticker price. If you don’t consider all the money you will have to spend on a car, […]

find best cheap car insurance

With car insurance policies averaging nearly $900 per year nationwide (source), getting the best value possible is a must. But with so many companies and policies to choose from, where do you start? How to find the best cheap car insurance The best advice is: shop around. Experts advise consulting at least three car insurance companies to get their […]