Category :

Financing and Student Loans Press Releases

Ameritech Financial on the Student Loan Battle and When a Change in Mindset May Ease Financial Stress

Student loans have a lot of power in a tight financial situation. When borrowers might want to save for retirement, a house or anything else, student loans can demand all the financial attention. While some borrowers choose to tackle student debt…

Student Loan Borrowers Delaying Buying Homes, But IDRs Might Prove Helpful, Says Ameritech Financial

Student loan payments can make up large portions of individuals’ monthly expenses and can prevent borrowers from saving for retirement or for a house. Such delays certainly affect borrowers and their progress toward those financial goals, but they also affect…

Higher Chance of Financial Struggles for First-Generation College Attendees, American Financial Benefits Center Notes

When children are young and the people around them start asking them what they want to be when they grow up, children often offer answers about jobs that require further education when they’re older. The people around them will begin…

For Graduate Students Taking Out Student Loans for Cost of Attendance, Income-Driven Options May Make Repayment Easier, Says Ameritech Financial

Graduate students who get funding for their degrees may still have to take out student loans. Why? The cost of attendance may be very high and funding may not be sufficient. Graduate students are able to take out federal loans…

Ameritech Financial: Student Loan Repayment Options Open Up Possibilities for Borrowers Who Studied Online

Online courses in higher education are growing in popularity and reputation. Once thought of as chiefly in the domain of for-profit colleges, both public and private nonprofit schools are also increasingly offering online degree programs and students are taking them…

Ameritech Financial: As Professional Degree-Seekers Face High Student Debt, Repayment Opportunities May Work in Their Favor

Student loan borrowers who attended graduate school often have bigger student loan balances than undergraduate borrowers and account for a disproportionate share of the collective student debt in the United States. But “graduate school” can refer to a wide variety…

Ameritech Financial on Managing Expectations and Reality in Student Loan Repayment

When it comes to student loans, the chasm between expectations and reality can be wide. Student loan borrowers often agree to take out thousands of dollars as teenagers to finance an education that they have been taught is a necessary…

American Financial Benefits on Timely Completion of College and Effects on Student Loan Borrowers

College success often hinges on timely completion. College is, unfortunately, often a very expensive, all-or-nothing game, in that having some college experience but no degree usually doesn’t benefit the former student financially. Taking a long time to complete a degree…

'Impacted' Classes and Their Impact on Students, From Ameritech Financial

​Over the years, certain colleges and specific majors have been receiving far many more applications from qualified students than they can handle, making them “impacted.” With certain classes in specific majors being affected, students are having a harder time completing…

Student Discounts Offered by Businesses Make Ends a Little Easier to Meet, Says American Financial Benefits Center

Many would agree when it comes to finances that students don’t have it easy in America. Ever-increasing college tuition rates force students to take out more student loans for higher loan amounts and not every student is guaranteed sufficient financial assistance.…

Ameritech Financial to Parents of Upcoming Graduates: Consider Getting Them a Gift to Help Ease Future Financial Struggles

College graduation is a big step for students who will be transitioning into the “real world.” They will be looking for jobs and getting acquainted with their student debt situation. Leading up to the big day, parents and friends may…

Ameritech Financial: For Student Loan Borrowers in Academia, Repayment Options May Be Worthy of Consideration

While many think of professors as holed up in their ivory tower, many academics are actually closer to the masses below. And not for lack of learnedness or intelligence, but for lack of funds. Some professors, especially those not in…

Admirable Aspects of Student Loan Repayment Around the World Are Found in Income-Driven Repayment, Says Ameritech Financial

In a battle of the student loan programs, the New York Times pitted the American student loan system against other countries’ student loan programs to measure borrower success and experience. The United States, suffice it to say, did not win…

Student Loans: Not Just for the Young, and Not Too Late to Get Assistance With, Says Ameritech Financial

When people think about who has student loans, they usually picture a young, fresh-faced, recent high school graduate embarking on their journey into adulthood. And while true many individuals like that do take out student loans, they aren’t the only…

Mounting Stress Left Over From High School Can Wind Up a Financial Burden, Says Ameritech Financial

Teenage years can be some of the hardest years, what with how much everyone’s emotions and morality are only beginning to get fully established. With the stress of acing classes, balancing extracurricular activities, still making time for family, and starting…

Despite Potential Shakeups in Student Loan Landscape, Ameritech Financial Encourages Borrowers to Stay the Course

​​Recent changes at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau have sparked controversy: namely, the Students and Young Consumers office is being folded into another office. Some say the move will limit the power of the agency to regulate entities within the…

New $1.5 Trillion National Student Debt May Represent College Attendance and IDR Enrollment, Says Ameritech Financial

Student loans reached a record high national total of $1.5 trillion. While that may signal alarms for many, it’s important to know what that number includes and what it represents. Ameritech Financial is a document preparation company that helps federal…

Ameritech Financial: As Interest Rates for Federal Student Loans Change, Borrowers Should Be Planning for Repayment

Student loans can be unpredictable. What do we mean by this? One way loans can be unpredictable is their interest rates. Take federal loans, for example. Some federal loans issued in years past have variable interest rates, which introduces an…

AFBC Recommends That Graduating College Students Learn About Their Loans and Repayment Options

It’s never a bad time to learn about student loan repayment options, but May might be one of the best. With graduation just around the corner, students may have a lot on their minds: the final final exams, job searching,…

Ameritech Financial on Federal Student Loans and Their Impact on Income Usage

Student loans can consume large portions of borrowers’ income, diminishing their buying and saving power. On a more personal level, student loans can cause stress and strain a budget. However, successful repayment can make income feel bigger when done in certain…

Login

Or using ePRNews Account

Don't have an account ? Sign Up

Register New Account

Or form here

Already have an account ? Login

Reset Password

Already have an account ? Login