Student Loan Debt and the American Academic Obsession

Subtitle: When “Good Debt” Comes Back To Haunt Us Several months ago the Wall Street Journal reported: Americans owe some $826.5 billion in revolving credit, according to June 2010 figures from the Federal Reserve. [Most of revolving credit is credit-card debt]. Student loans outstanding today — both federal and private — total some $829.785 billion, according to Mark Kantrowitz, publisher of … [Read more...]

Student Loan Debt Forgiveness | For Ministers & Non-Profit Workers

The following is a guest post by Cary McCall.  While reading a post at One In Jesus I saw Cary made a comment about debt forgiveness for ministers.  I asked him to explain more and he sent me this post.  I read it and even got permission from the website owner, Jay Guin to use this post that he also has on his website.  If you have any questions either Cary or I could try and answer them in the … [Read more...]

Avoid $13,160 in Interest Payments & Get a College Degree

Too many people are playing financial catch-up. They made a dumb mistake or several dumb mistakes that unintentionally put them years behind on their current financial goals. In this upcoming series will look at the things you (as a young adult) can decide now to avoid YEARS of financial regret. Here's the topics we'll cover: Decide you will pay for and save for as much for … [Read more...]