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4 Tips for Tackling College Costs

Posted in Young Adults
September 20th 2016 by
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Student loan debt has become a widespread problem: 43.3 million Americans have it, with the total debt being over $1.3 trillion. The average debt for the 2016 graduate was over $37,000. While not a whole lot can be done to cut college costs, students do have some options, which the American Consumer Council partnered with Kim Curtis to go over in this video: Choosing Your Major Should you follow your passion? Absolutely. Should you try to incorporate your passion into a lucrative career? Definitely. Choosing a major that consistently sees higher than average salaries will increase your chances of getting…

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Looking For Student Loan Forgiveness

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April 29th 2016 by
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Many people who have graduated high school find it difficult to repay their student loans. However, there are forgiveness programs you may be eligible to join in order to offer your services instead of paying back your loans. The Wall Street Journal reported over 7 million students are at 12 months (or more!) behind on their loan payments. If you are one of these people, you may be able to achieve partial or full forgiveness of your loans after a set time period if you have an eligible career or meet other specified criteria. Public Service One way you may…

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Be Smart About Student Loans

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April 22nd 2016 by
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When it comes to student loans, there are common mistakes that college students make. Knowing the common errors can help you make the right choices when it comes to taking out loans and help you to avoid falling into debt. The first mistake most freshmen make is thinking that they need loans when they do not. About 60% of students borrow each year to cover their college expenses, according to the Chronicle of Higher Education. Instead of taking out a loan, you may want to consider going to a cheaper school or paying in cash. It would also be an advantage to check…

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