After a Long Pause, 30 Million Student Borrowers Will Begin Defaulting

Last year, in response to the COVID pandemic, the Department of Education pressed the pause button on the federal student-loan program. In March 2020, DOE allowed 30 million student borrowers to stop making payments on their student loans with no penalty and no accumulation of interest. DOE also stopped collection actions during this moratorium and … Read more

What to Do When Aidvantage Screws Up Your Student Loan Account

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Aidvantage is the fictitious name of the registered company Maximus Education LLC. It was recently announced Aidvantage would take over the servicing and maintenance of federal student loan accounts currently managed by Navient. Navient currently says, “This winter, Aidvantage will begin servicing your student loans owned by the Department of Education (ED) instead of Navient.” … Read more

So Who is Maximus Education Taking Over Navient Loans as Aidvantage?

Navient has announced federal student loans they service, well not all of them, will be transferred to a company named Aidvantage that is part of Maximus Education, LLC. Aidvantage Student Loans Navient says, “Aidvantage is the federal loan servicing unit of Maximus Education, LLC, a company that has one mission – to help you manage … Read more