Debt

Nurses are some of the greatest heroes in society, and often their contributions go thankless. And although they generally make an excellent income, young, Millennial nurses can feel weighed down by their student loan debt. Did you know that the average nursing school graduate carries over $30,000 in student loan debt?  It's true. And while [...]

So here's the deal with federal student loans.  You pay the same interest rate as everybody else — even though you probably deserve a lower rate based on your financial responsibility — but as a tradeoff, you get certain benefits, such as: Deferment.  You can postpone or lower your payments due to economic hardship for up [...]

Time is running out to refinance your mortgage at historically low rates.  Two months ago (March 2017), the Federal Reserve raised interest rates, and they are likely to do so again in the near future. This is why it is imperative that you begin the refinancing process as quickly as possible so that you can [...]

Life happens, whether in the form of unforeseen expenses, major purchases, starting a business, debt consolidation, home improvement, taking a vacation, and countless other events and changes that make up this journey we call "life." And these are all reasons why millions of Americans take out unsecured personal loans, which can typically offer much lower interest [...]

Sometimes you just have to call it off.  We've all had our fair share of bad boyfriends and girlfriends.  You know, the kind of one-sided relationships where you're doing all the giving and they're doing all the taking.  Kind of like your relationship with your student loan company, no?  Come on.  Admit it.  You hate [...]