Key IBR Calculations

Key IBR Calculations

The CSLA program explains the correct methods for calculating payments, interest and the amount of principal credited to the borrower in Income-Based Repayment plans . One of the common...
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Deferment

Deferment

The CSLP program covers the variety of loan deferment programs including those for financial hardships. Initially, graduates have a 6 month deferment period. Beyond that, deferments may be used in...
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PSLF Program

PSLF Program

The Public Service Loan Forgiveness program is often misunderstood and unfortunately, inappropriately marketed by organizations who may lead consumers to believe there is a special relief program....
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Which IBR is best?

Which IBR is best?

Choosing an income-based repayment program can create a lot of confusion. Consumers are more frightened than ever about how to repay their student loans. When working with the Federal Gov't web site...
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The CSLP Course

The CSLP Course

This course is the starting point for creating a new market segment in your financial services business. You receive over 36 lessons covering the wide range of loan programs and they affect your...
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5 ways student loan government site is misleading

5 ways student loan government site is misleading

Today there are more than 43 million people who have student loans, totaling in excess of 1.2 trillion dollars. As the debt loads have increased, so has the number of people searching for lower...
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Repayment Complexity

Repayment Complexity

Student loan repayment should be simple. Right? You have the debt, they give you a monthly payment, and you do your best to repay. Unfortunately for borrowers AND financial professionals, it’s far...
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FINRA – CSLA Recognition

FINRA – CSLA Recognition

CSLA is pleased to note that we are now listed on the FINRA site of professional designations as seen here.
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Financial Advisors Needed

Financial Advisors Needed

Student loan repayment continues to get more complex and this is creating more financial problems for borrowers in every economic income band. The common fallacy is that everyone assumes you either...
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