Student Loan News Roundup- Week of June 16, 2017

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Below you’ll find news articles related to student loan that have been handpicked from around the web for the week of June 10th – June 16th, 2017. Occasionally, you will find other debt related articles that we feel our visitors would benefit from.

This information is compiled from various news sources and is intended to be used for informational purposes only. Student Loan Professionals does not endorse or validate any particular article or news content listed below.

Private Scholarships Could Lead to More Student Debt
U.S. News & World Report (blog)- June 14, 2017
To meet college costs today, most students and families cobble together a patchwork of savings and financial aid like grants, scholarships, loans and work-study …

Top 5 Student Loan Questions This Summer
Forbes- June 14, 2017
Summer is a perfect time to review your student loans and create an action plan for student loan repayment. Here are the top 5 student loans questions and …

How a Fed Rate Hike Would Affect Your Finances
CNBC- June 14, 2017
A quarter-point increase in the federal funds rate has far-reaching consequences for consumers. Here’s a breakdown of what may happen to your student loan …

How One Man Paid Off $30,000 of Student Loans in Just 1 Year
AOL-June 14, 2017
After graduating college with student loan debt worth $30,000, I realized that in order to pay them off quickly that I would need to make some adjustments to my …

Women Hold Most of the US’s Student Loan Debt
The Boston Globe-Jun 10, 2017
The reasons women hold the bulk of student debt are varied and sometimes interrelated. Women borrow more money for college and attend more expensive …

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