Student loan interest: Can tax law keep up?

It’s been termed a crisis and the numbers bear that out. In the first quarter of 2019 student loan debt reached an all-time high of $1.4 trillion. In the last ten years the amount of student loan debt has increased by 116%. There has been a great deal of discussion regarding student loans and various …

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Student Debt Impedes Ability to Buy a Home

The National Association of Realtors (NAR) recently polled student debt holders who had not defaulted on their loans. The majority of them graduated from a four-year public or private college. Below is a summary of some of the more interesting findings of the study. 43% of those polled had between $10,000 and $40,000 in student …

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Government Forgives Certain Student Loan Debts

The amount of student loans outstanding has been called an economic ticking time bomb by some experts – with a long list of reasons why more and more students are having a hard time paying back the borrowed funds. Student loan debt can be difficult to have discharged even in bankruptcy. But there are ways …

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