Student Loans Meet Retirement
by Bondar&Associates The burden of student loans is typically associated with recent college graduates or young professionals, but the number of consumers age 60 and older with student loan debt quadrupled from 2005 to 2015 (see chart). During this period,
COLLEGE ENROLLMENT IS DROPPING. BAD SIGN?
U.S. college enrollment is falling. For years, America’s college campuses swelled with more and more students. But enrollment peaked in 2010 at just over 21 million students. Attendance has dropped every year since. By the fall of 2014 — the
ARE BILLIONAIRES MORE LIKELY TO BE GRADUATES?
Are billionaires good with exams as well as their finances? Or are they more likely to have escaped school at the first opportunity and worked their way up to make their fortunes? Are they likely to be graduates or to
HOW ONE GRAD CUT HER STUDENT LOAN DEBT BY $20,000
Lexie Mitchell, a 2011 Stanford grad, found one. By refinancing her student loans, she cut her monthly payments by $80 and will save a whopping $20,000 in total. “Stanford was amazing. I loved it, but it’s also very expensive,” Mitchell
PAYING OFF STUDENT LOANS WITHOUT SACRIFICING YOUR LONG-TERM FINANCIAL HEALTH
You don’t need us to tell you how the cost of getting a college education has gone through the roof. According to the College Board’s “Trends in College Pricing 2013” report, the average tuition and fees totaled $22,203 and $30,094