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An Introduction To Student Loans And The FAFSA
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Learn how to fill out the FAFSA form so that it is easier for you to fund your education.
Understand 4 Income-Driven Student Loan Repayment Plans
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The government offers the following plans: income-based repayment, income-contingent repayment, income-sensitive repayment and Pay As You Earn.
Stepfather Allegedly Took Out $262K of Student Loans in Daughter's Name
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A young woman's stepfather agreed to help her pay for college, but he allegedly got greedy when student loan checks started rolling in.
Time To Consolidate Your Student Loans?
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Use these strategies to decide whether consolidating your student loans makes sense for you – and what to do next if it does.
Social Security and Unpaid Student Loans: What the Feds Won't Tell You
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At a Senate Committee hearing this week, the Government Accountability Office, a research arm of the Congress, reported that 155,000 people last year had their Social Security checks docked to pay off a delinquent student loan.  Other news outlets have reported a similar statistic.
5 simple ways to cope with student debt
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College tuition and student debt rates have never been higher. Here's how to keep your college debt levels under control.
Missourians Trapped In Student Debt Have Two Best Options For Relief According to
read story reviews the top two student loan debt relief company in Missouri. (PRWeb September 15, 2014) Read the full story at
National Debt Relief Explains Student Loan Consolidation Through Peer-to-Peer Lending
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National Debt Relief shares in a recent article published last August 25, 2014 how student loan borrowers has another option in consolidating their college debt. The article explains how there is a rising student loan consolidation option in peer-to-peer lending that college debt holders can look into. (PRWeb August 27, 2014) Read the full story at ...
Are You Being Victimized by a Student Debt Relief Scam?
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Unemployed and drowning in student loan debt? Receiving a call from a debt relief company claiming it can help sounds like a godsend. The industry is riddled with fraudsters who employ shrewd tactics and charge exorbitant fees to access government programs you can participate in free of charge. So why aren’t borrowers taking advantage of those no-cost government programs designed to offer relief?
Scammers target former students
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Scammers have been turning their attention recently to current and former college students struggling to pay off their student loans, Illinois Attorney General told officials this week at SIUE.