While many dream of going to college and graduating debt free, that is often not the reality—especially if graduate school, medical school, or other forms continued education is in the picture.
Graduating seniors owe an average of $28,950 in student loan debt.
Source: The Institute of College Access and Success. (October 2020). Student Debt and the Class of 2019.
Considering your repayment options
Our financial professionals work with college or grad school graduates and medical, dental, and veterinary students to pay off debt and get on the path to long-term financial success.
We can help you navigate the main types of student loan repayment plans:
Standard Repayment Plan
Graduated Repayment Plan
Extended Repayment Plan
Pay as You Earn Repayment Plan (PAYE) and Revised Pay as You Earn Repayment Plan (REPAYE)
Income-Based Repayment Plan (IBR), Income-Contingent Repayment Plan (ICR), and Income-Sensitive Repayment Plan
How we can help
Life doesn’t stop while paying off student loans. You may also be preparing for a wedding, saving a down payment on a home, thinking about growing your family, or getting a head start on retirement funding.
We can help you prioritize all the moving parts of your financial picture and navigate your repayment strategies in a way that works for you and your lifestyle.