Can I file to discharge my student loans now?

Answer You can't discharge student loans through bankruptcy. However, if you are totally and permanently disabled and can not work, you can usually have them discharged that way. Contact your lender(s) ... Read More »

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Can you discharge private student loans?

As of 2010, most private student loans are exempt from a bankruptcy discharge, according to FinAid. Technically, only student loans from a nonprofit are exempt, but most of them have a nonprofit th... Read More »

How do student loans work, and what are my options for applying for graduate student loans?

To get a student loan, your first step is to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You should submit your FAFSA as soon as possible – you can make estimates and correct t... Read More »

Do you claim student loans when you file taxes? do not have to claim loans as income because you have to pay them back.FYI - Anything that you have to claim on your taxes has to send you a W-2 or some other kind of form listing the amo... Read More »

Do they give student loans to any student or does that student need to have excellent credit?

To qualify for federal Stafford Loan, you must be a full-time student and not fall below half-time status, be a U.S. Citizen, National or permanent resident alien, you can not be in default of any ... Read More »