Do Student Loans count as income for tax-filing purposes?

Answer No student loans are not income. The E in EIC stands for earned, loan money isn't earned. You cant use that money to file income taxes on. If you have a spouse you might qualify that way.Sorry. T... Read More »

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Can You Still Get Student Loans After Filing Bankruptcy?

Furthering your education beyond high school or earning an advanced degree can be a worthwhile goal, but it can be expensive. Many people need to take out student loans to finance higher education.... Read More »

Does consolidating student loans count towards an aggregate amount?

A new consolidated student loan does not add to the aggregate amount of your student loans. Money borrowed directly from subsidized and unsubsidized Stafford loans, however, does contribute to the ... Read More »

47% of income paid to Student Loans?

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Military Spouse with terrible income needs student loans?

did you try My brother got a nice loan from them, and i thought no one had worse credit then my brother. If gave him a loan, they have t... Read More »