Here at the Student LoanDown, we like to think that every month is financial literacy month. But this April, it actually is National Financial Literacy Month! Time to brush up on your financial fundamentals!
One of the personal finance bloggers we follow regularly, J.D. from Get Rich Slowly, asked his readers what they want to learn during Financial Literacy Month. They’ve been more than forthcoming with interesting suggestions — some even want to know more about student loans.
You’ve been asking some interesting questions lately, too. In case you’ve missed them, I thought I’d highlight some of our recent exchanges:
- Do you have questions about student loan default or federal student loan rehabilitation? Check out the comment string on my post about student loan repayment.
- Are you thinking about cosigning a private student loan for a student and wondering how long you’ll be on the hook?
- Want to know more about how Wells Fargo’s private student loan interest rates are calculated? Barbara answers Tyler’s questions here.
- If you’re curious about student loan consolidation, our most popular post probably addresses the topic somewhere in the comments section!
What haven’t we discussed that you’d like to know? You don’t have to wait for Financial Literacy Month to roll around — you can ask us anytime.