Student loan repayments set to resume on January 1, 2021 For millions of student loan borrowers, payments are expected to resume on January 1, 2021. Financial attorney Leslie Tayne, founder and CEO of Tayne Law Group, PC, shares helpful information. For millions of student loan borrowers who received payment relief
Low rates could create big savings for professionals looking to refinance their student loans. Getty According to a recent NerdWallet Household Debt Study, dentists and physicians have some of the highest student loan debt balances compared to other types of professionals. Regardless of income level, managing six-figure debt can be
These federal loans can help pay for your child’s college education. (iStock) Are you looking for a way to pay your child’s tuition without taking out private student loans? A Parent PLUS loan could be a great option. In summary, a Parental Undergraduate Student Loan (PLUS) is a federal loan
Laurel Taylor, CEO and Founder of FutureFuel.io, joins Julie Hyman of Yahoo Finance to discuss the latest news on the student loan front: from payments to the kind of relief people can expect by 2021. Video transcript JULIE HYMAN: Well, thanks to the aid and stimulus package passed by Congress
Small business owners who have borrowed from the Federal Paycheck Protection Program can now apply for a loan forgiveness. Getting the balances cleared may be easier said than done. The PPP loan, which was established by the CARES Act, is intended to cover up to eight weeks of salary, mortgage
Picture: wavebreakmedia (Shutterstock) Those who follow the news of The Federal Reserve may be aware their last decision keep interest rates low, which has impacted everything since mortgages to your savings account. If you are in debt of any kind, you may be considering options to lower your rates. With
Federal student loans have been forborne automatically, interest-free for nine months now. Meanwhile, financial advisers have generally advised borrowers who can afford to continue repaying the principal owed. But if free the abstention period is extended again, is this advice still valid given the possibility of a student loan forgiveness?