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Financing and Student Loans Press Releases

Ameritech Financial: Placing Blame Doesn't Help Solve a Problem, Actions Do, Which is What Student Loans Need

Student loan repayment is a hot discussion, with politicians like Mick Mulvaney talking about it being an issue of morality and borrowers struggling to stay afloat. Mulvaney and others may talk about how getting into trouble with student loan debt…

Don't Want to Go Back to School But Need a Career Change? AFBC Says There Are Options

Repaying student loans often dictates a lot of life choices for a borrower, especially job-related choices. Making a career change may feel impossible because of already hard to handle repayment. American Financial Benefits Center (AFBC), a document preparation service company…

American Financial Benefits Center: Where Have All the English Majors Gone?

Due to the high cost of college and the long-term effects of student loan debt, liberal arts education is attracting fewer students. There has been a fifty percent decline in the number of English majors, the hardest-hit discipline. In fact, all…

Income-Driven Repayment Plans May Help Student Loan Borrowers Shift Focus to Pursuing Aspirations, Says Ameritech Financial

Many student loan borrowers would like to pursue their passions and aspirations or bring something new into the world, but student loans get in the way. If they had a choice, many people may want to be defined by the businesses…

Ameritech Financial: Life Isn't Fair, but is It Because People Make It That Way?

People pride themselves on how far they’ve come when they’ve had a rough start to their life and have since bettered themselves. And it is something to be proud of because that much effort is something to take pride in.…

Understand College Costs and Make Plans to Pay for It, Suggests Ameritech Financial

With the dizzying increase in national student loan debt, now over $1.5 trillion and counting, and its life-altering effects on millions of Americans, it is no wonder that prospective students are shopping for colleges more carefully. Many are increasingly aware…

A Shrinking Middle Class Likely Spells Trouble, Especially for Student Loan Borrowers, Says AFBC

There’s more talk about the class divide than ever before. A good amount of that comes from how easy it is to get that conversation going thanks to social media. It’s easier than ever to talk to someone across the…

AFBC: Disability Shouldn't Mean Inability to Attend College

Attending college under regular circumstances is hard enough. The majority of college attendees will need some sort of financial assistance. College hopefuls on Supplemental Disability Income (SSI) may think they might have to sacrifice their government assistance and live off…

Student Loan Debt Negatively Impacts Mental Health, Notes Ameritech Financial

Nearly two out of three 18- to 24-year-olds worry each month about paying their bills and, of those, more than 80 percent said it negatively impacted their mental health. Recently, global online health firm SilverCloud studied nearly 2,000 participants and found…

More Than Half of Student Loan Borrowers Not Setting Aside Money, But Ameritech Financial Argues It Is Possible

A recent survey showed that student loans are keeping 66 percent of borrowers from saving as much money as they would like. As the second-highest household expense in the U.S., student loans can present a major hurdle in an individual’s…

AFBC: Student Loan Repayment Isn't an Isolated Issue, but It Could Be Isolating Borrowers

With student loan debt comes a lot more troubles than just repayment. It can hurt socially and as social of creatures as people are, that’s going to cause some long-term problems. American Financial Benefits Center (AFBC), a document preparation service company…

Can People Turn Failure Into Success With Student Loans? Ameritech Financial Believes It Is Possible

How do people measure success? In today's society, people are often told to measure who they are by their successes and to see failures as just that — failures. For borrowers, success might be paying down their loans as quickly…

Ameritech Financial: How to Get Through Graduate School With Minimal Student Loan Debt

​​Going to graduate school or pursuing an advanced professional degree can be the pathway to a great job. It can also lead to overwhelming student loan debt. Even though it is easy enough to take out student loans to finance…

Ameritech Financial: In Grave Situations, Student Loan Borrowers May Feel They Have Limited Ways Out

​College is meant to be a place where people go to learn ideas and skills that are to act as launching pads for the rest of their future. But when those places of education are shackling students with more problems,…

AFBC: Paperwork for the 2019-2020 School Year Can Start Being Filed, but There Have Been a Few Changes for Independent Students

​​​With tuition costs at an all-time high, especially when related to the average median income, more students are in need of some sort of financial assistance to attend college. Some take out loans, some apply for scholarships and grants, and…

Ameritech Financial: Is College a Pipedream for 1st Generation Attendees?

Going to college is a dream a lot of people have growing up, but it gets harder to hold onto as they get older and they learn what it takes to attend. Rising tuition costs are making it difficult for…

The Student Loan Crisis is a Multigenerational Problem, Says Ameritech Financial

What do millennials, Gen Xers and baby boomers all have in common? They all share a portion of the $1.5 trillion student loan debt. Research from the Association of Young Americans and AARP show that not only is the student loan…

Three Different Countries, Many Similar Problems, and American Financial Benefits Center Wonders if There's a Similar Root to the Issue

Being a young person starting out in America isn’t easy unless there’s a rich family there to help out. Housing costs are incredibly high and wages don’t match what it takes to afford mortgages and higher education, especially not early…

AFBC: Is Fighting Student Loans With More Loans Like Fighting Fire With Fire, or Fighting Fire With Gas?

We’ve all heard the phrase “fighting fire with fire.” The phrase comes up usually around tough situations, and in some cases, it makes sense, like when burning away dead underbrush to limit potential wildfires. Fighting fire with fire in the…

Ameritech Financial: Homeownership Less Accessible, Still Part of the Dream for Those With Student Loan Debt

Though the effects of student loan debt on homeownership have been studied, recent research by NeighborWorks not only confirms but also deepens understanding of the issue. In particular, student loan debt reduces the ability of prospective buyers to decrease debt…

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