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Student loan default is becoming increasingly common, particularly among people with smaller student debt amounts. Did you take out a private student loan with the best of intentions, only to find yourself in over your head? You’re not alone. More than one million people every year struggle to keep up with their loan payments and […]

2019 Study Loan Industry Study

You can’t put a price on education, which is a good thing because the sticker shock would put us off it altogether. This comprehensive student loan industry study investigates multiple data sources to reveal the key trends and statistics that define how we finance higher education. Student loans are the fastest growing source of debt […]

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For many students, getting accepted into college is only half the battle. Receiving that acceptance letter is a great accomplishment worth celebrating. But it won’t do you much good if you can’t pay the tuition. These tips for filling out your FAFSA application can help you maximize your chances. Qualifying for financial aid is not […]

Student Loan Refinancing offer engine

Building on the technology that powers SuperMoney’s leading marketplaces for personal loans, auto loans, auto loan refinancing, and business loans, we are proud to announce that SuperMoney has launched a modern marketplace that will help students make smarter decisions when shopping for student loan refinancing. The SuperMoney Student Loan Refinance Marketplace allows you to: Submit […]

Student Loan Consolidation Guide

If you’re part of the 92% of college graduates with federal student loans, you may be panicking with November right around the corner. Why? Because the end of November also marks the end of the student loan grace period on the majority of federal loans. But there’s no need to panic. If you know your options and take the […]

Best Private Student Loans

Paying for college expenses is not always easy. Tuition adds up. So does housing, not to mention books and supplies. Even if you’re living at home, you’re still going to have to eat and commute to school. To afford college, sometimes you need to look for the best private student loans options out there. How […]

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Teenagers are impulsive, emotionally intense, and (usually) inexperienced when it comes to money. Adolescence is an intense time, and most kids are too busy trying to make friends and fit in to think about building their savings. But before you know it, they’ll be off to college, where they’ll have to be responsible for their […]

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According to figures from the College Board, the average total college costs that students spent to attend an in-state public institution (without financial aid) last year topped out at $25,290. Going out of state? You’re looking at $40,940. Considering a private, four-year school? Don’t even ask. But college costs don’t have to break the bank. […]