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Student Loans - How To Get Out Of Debt - Student Loan Consolidation


Getting Out of Debt : When we talk about college graduation, several promising life changes occur in our minds – potential careers, independence as well as new beginnings. However, although it means beginning of something, it still ...
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Student Loans - How To Get Out Of Debt - Student Loan Consolidation

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Student Loans - How To Get Out Of Debt - Student Loan Consolidation


Getting Out of Debt : When we talk about college graduation, several promising life changes occur in our minds – potential careers, independence as well as new beginnings. However, although it means beginning of something, it still signifies something less enjoyable too – the repayment of student loans.


As you all know, the repayment of ample student loans can be off-putting for both students and their parents. It was found out by the Public Interest Research Group in the US that the average debt among student borrowers is currently in excess of $16,500. That large! The Associated Press also noted that graduates of public colleges and universities usually emerge owing more than $10,000 for their undergraduate years alone. Those who are in private institutions typically owe $14,000, while the graduate-level students often owe more than $24,000. What’s more for those studying medicine or law? For sure, they accumulate even more debt. And, the bad thing is, repaying these debts are even becoming more difficult for graduates in the midst of uncertain jobs and the recession.


With the interest rates in all student loan programs are now at record lows, there is no reason for the graduates not to consider student loan consolidation. It is often said that with student loan consolidation, students and graduates can save thousands of bucks in interest charges.


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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015628401
  • Publisher: Manuel Hendrix
  • Publication date: 5/6/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 821 KB

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