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Ameritech Financial: Planning Student Loan Repayment Can Reduce Stress and Increase Performance in a New Career

Stress can cause student loan borrowers to lose focus and affect their ability to retain information. The moment that they begin to make their first student loan payments, they may be unable to focus on the skills they need to…

Professional Athlete Uses Initial Paycheck to Pay Off Sister's Student Loan; Ameritech Financial Addresses a More Likely Scenario for Borrowers

For a select few college athletes, student loans are not a problem. Full scholarships allow many to focus on their sport while pursuing a college education. For an extremely limited number of college athletes, a career in professional sports may…

Intergenerational Housing for Students and the Elderly a Win-Win, Says Ameritech Financial

College students hanging with 80-somethings is beneficial for all, according to a recent report by Generations United. In a wave of intergenerational house sharing, students are living with older Americans, either at a nursing or private home. The students live…

Judges May Be Finding a New Way to Deal With Student Loans in Court, Observes American Financial Benefits Center

Student loans have long been one of the few types of debt that there are very few ways out of should they become too much of a burden. Death, paying them off through one means or another or, more recently, being…

Student Loans and Financial Literacy in the Golden Age of Information: How Can Ameritech Financial Help

In an age where internet search engines can quickly answer questions about anything, it would seem that the human race is reaching new heights of intelligence never before seen. However, access to massive amounts of information doesn’t necessarily promise that…

Nearly Half of Americans Are Unable to Cover a $400 Emergency, So How Are They Supposed to Repay Their Student Loans? Ameritech Financial Weighs In

Since 2016 CNBC, CNN, and The Washington Post have been reporting on the staggering fact that about 40 percent of Americans cannot cover a $400 emergency expense. According to the Federal Reserve annual economic survey, individuals would have to resort…

It is Possible for Public Service Workers to Be Forgiven of Student Debts Says Ameritech Financial

Public service workers have the ability to remove their student loan debt due to a program passed by Congress in 2007 called the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program (PSLF). But only a few people have had their debt forgiven since…

Millennials, Ameritech Financial Learned, Are More Fiscally Responsible Than Other Generations

How much do Millennials affect America's national economy? Are they drowning in student loan, credit card, and other forms of debt? Contrary to popular opinion, 1 in 6 Millennials has over $100,000 in savings, IRAs, or 401ks, among other investment…

Changing What Rules You: Finding Efficient Solutions in Shifting, Evolving Economic Landscape With Ameritech Financial

​As trends change, so do rules, including those financial rules pushed along as sacred fiscal doctrine from past generations. A recent Huffington Post article suggests that there are at least eight financial guidelines to disregard including such revered edicts as…

Beyond Firefighters or Police Officers: Careers That Qualify for Public Service Loan Forgiveness

Outside of college, for people who took out federal student loans, it may become difficult to find a career that can sustain them and their financial needs. Different jobs come with various benefits, explicitly stated by their employer or not,…

The Koshland Opportunity Scholarship Application Now Available

A brand-new scholarship created especially for South Hayward residents is now open for applicants. The Koshland Opportunity Scholarship is awarding up to 20 $3,000 scholarships for residents of the Jackson Triangle and Harder Tennyson (JTHT) Hayward neighborhoods to pursue a…

Loan Repayment Toughest on Those Most Desperate to Move Into Middle Class, Says Ameritech Financial

It’s not how much you borrow, but how much money you have before you borrow, that determines the relative challenge of paying off student loans, according to a national study by Washington Center for Equitable Growth. In the study, which…

Ameritech Financial on How Congress Affects Student Loans

​​Student loan borrowers may not be aware of the Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA), which was written into law to assist low- and middle-income families to afford expensive higher education. In the decades since, HEA has been reauthorized eight…

No Need to Fight: Ameritech Financial on Keeping Student Loans From Causing Financial Burdens in a Marriage

​Finances can get complicated. Relationships can be difficult. Marriage can become the perfect storm of confusion as it pairs choices within a personal relationship with financial decisions that, together, can have a major impact on a person’s (or couple’s) life.…

Groups, Not Just Individuals, Are Working on Ways to Assist With Student Loans Observes AFBC

The effects of long-standing student loan debt have been observed by many and now people are making efforts to solve the problem. In some places, the efforts have gone beyond an individual level and larger groups are taking on some of the…

Ameritech Financial on Lifestyle Creep: A Defeating Personal Finance Phenomenon

In today’s society lifestyle creep is a given. People are expected to save for retirement (or this or that), but in actuality, they are spending more as they make more. Individuals are able to view something that was previously out…

uCertify Named SIIA Education Technology CODiE Award Winner in Three Categories

At the 2018 CODiE Awards, known as the “Oscars” for education technology, uCertify was named the SIIA Education Technology CODiE Award Winner in a record three categories: Best Higher Education LMS or Learning Platform  Best Instructional Solution in Other Curriculum…

Are We Failing Each Other by Not Having Financial Literacy Courses? Ameritech Financial Weighs In

According to the New York Times, most states, including California, do not offer specific financial literacy courses. This does not come as a shock to some, as national student loan debt has reached an all-time high of 1.5 trillion dollars.…

The Positive Side Effects of Getting Student Loan Debt Under Control, According to Ameritech Financial

World travel, buying a home, saving for a rainy day — these financial goals are likely more possible when student loan debt is under control. However, while having extra funds may inspire borrowers to pursue lifestyle inflation, experts argue that…

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is the New Top Employer Among Generation Z Scholars

​According to the National Society of High School Scholars’ (NSHSS) 2018 Career Interest Survey, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is the No. 1 dream employer, taking the spot from Google, for high-achieving high school and college students. “At St. Jude, we…

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