John Sandman

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The Rising Tide of Student Loans Will Likely Hit When the Summer's Over

The Rising Tide of Student Loans Will Likely Hit When the Summer's Over

Income driven repayment plans, re-financing and auto-debit payments can make the payback more manageable.

What You Need to Know About the Clinton-Sanders Compromise on Student Loans

What You Need to Know About the Clinton-Sanders Compromise on Student Loans

Hillary Clinton moves beyond Bernie Sanders as she adopts some of his proposals but goes her own way on others when it comes to higher education.

Tax Relief Bill in the Works for Student Loan Write-Offs

Tax Relief Bill in the Works for Student Loan Write-Offs

Senate bill would alter IRS code; income-based and income-driven repayment plans would no longer be taxable.

New CommonBond Funding Expected to Provide a Build-Out to Student Loan Refinancing

New CommonBond Funding Expected to Provide a Build-Out to Student Loan Refinancing

New York re-fi vendor expects to combine loan assessment with links to 401(k) contribution

New CommonBond Funding Expected to Provide a Build-Out to Student Loan Refinancing

New CommonBond Funding Expected to Provide a Build-Out to Student Loan Refinancing

New York re-fi vendor expects to combine loan assessment with links to 401(k) contribution.

Seeing the Light: Haverford Ends Needs-Blind Admission Amid Fraught Economic Environment

Seeing the Light: Haverford Ends Needs-Blind Admission Amid Fraught Economic Environment

Incremental approach could lead to bigger doses of tough love.

Do Common Bond's Layoffs Signal a Bump in the Road for Student Loan Refi Startups?

Do Common Bond's Layoffs Signal a Bump in the Road for Student Loan Refi Startups?

While looking to high-end students with pristine credit, the siren call of subprime borrowers may beckon.

Do Common Bond's Layoffs Herald a Bump in the Road for Student Loan Refi Startups?

Do Common Bond's Layoffs Herald a Bump in the Road for Student Loan Refi Startups?

While looking to high-end students with pristine credit, the siren call of subprime borrowers may beckon.

Retirement Dangers: Staying In School Too Long Can Hit You Where It Hurts

Retirement Dangers: Staying In School Too Long Can Hit You Where It Hurts

Lost salaries and 401(k) contributions are among the hidden pitfalls of the six-year degree.

Coding Boot Camps Showing Significant Growth in 2016

Coding Boot Camps Showing Significant Growth in 2016

13-week programs look to leverage skills based knowledge and tout workplace outcomes.