Graduation Debt by author Reyna Gobel
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What Parents of Soon-to-Be College Students Need to Know About Credit Cards

Posted by: Reyna on Aug 3 2014 / Comments (0)

Students will likely have college debt after graduation, but should they have both credit card and student loan debt? I interviewed Beverly Harzog, author of  Confessions of  a Credit Junkie, about all things college students and credit cards.

Did legislation really stop college students from getting credit cards?

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Join Me and Michelle Singletary for a Student Loan Chat July 3rd at 12n

Posted by: Reyna on Jul 3 2014 / Comments (0)

Follow this link at 12n and come chat with us.

Listen to My Interview for ID Radio

Posted by: Reyna on Jun 30 2014 / Comments (0)

If you didn’t get a chance to hear it yet, checkout the interview I did for ID Radio about the 2nd Edition of CliffsNotes Graduation Debt.

Big Changes Coming on July 1st for Student Loan Borrowers with Defaults

Posted by: Reyna on Jun 23 2014 / Comments (0)

Federal student loan borrowers who are already in default will benefit from one of the biggest changes in decades to the federal student loan program: income-based default rehab. The change will take place on July 1. With as little as $5 per month, borrowers will have the option to make nine payments to get out of student loan default in a 10-month period and have the default removed from their credit reports. Once these payments have been made, borrowers can request to be returned to repayment status and have a choice of regular repayment plans.

This is great news for defaulted borrowers who could potentially get their wages garnished, miss out on government job opportunities, lose eligibility for new federal student loans to return for grad school, or lose professional licenses.

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