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Tag: my student loan

How Refinancing With a Private Student Loan Saves Money

Overall, about 45 million Americans owe over $1.6 trillion in student loan debt. The average student debt is almost $30,000. That is quite a scary number. Of course, the number can fluctuate from person to person. My student loan debt exceeds $100,000. Others only need to borrow a few thousand. Regardless of the amount, student ...
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How to Avoid Common Student Loan Scams

Student loan debt is extremely high and is a major topic of conversation. With financial topics like these, they tend to be the target of scammers. At least three out of five people have received a phone call from an illegitimate company that claims they are the solution to your higher education loan debt. Sadly, ...
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How to Get Grants for College to Avoid Student Loans

College is not cheap- this is a widely known and well accepted fact. While tuition varies depending on the college and degree, you are looking at spending at least tens of thousands of dollars. As nice as it would be, most of us do not have that kind of money lying around, so we have ...
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How to Avoid Defaulting On Student Loans: Money 101

Although getting a college education puts you ahead in your career, it’s also a huge expense. These days, many young American students are relying on student loans to cover their expenses as they pursue their education. This can, unfortunately, add stress over financial issues to the many other challenges of succeeding in university studies. It ...

What Student Loan Forgiveness Options are Available?

A few days ago, I received a notice in the mail that my student loan payments are coming due. I had been dreading the payments for years, but I was honestly shocked at the amount of my monthly payments: $1153.35. Who has that kind of money left over each month? Not me. I do not mind ...