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Older Americans and student loan debt

Student loan debt continues to grow and affects adults of all ages; the number of older adults with student loans has dramatically increased as well. “Student loans make up the nation’s second largest consumer debt market, and seniors are the

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How to pay off your student loans faster

Student loans are very common these days and can take 10+ years to pay in full. Typically only mortgages take longer to pay off! And if you temporarily suspend payments or go back to school and interest accrues, your loan balances will

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Portrait of a student loan borrower

Let me tell you about someone I recently met with during a financial counseling session. About “Ann” Ann is a 54-year-young, mother and wife.  She works on average 32-34 hours a week at a job she loves.  Ann is an activity

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You shouldn’t pay for student loan help

graduate with student loan debt

Navigating the student loan repayment world can be tricky and stressful, especially if you don’t earn quite what you wanted after graduating. So you are in repayment and need help with your loans, but a company is asking you to pay to get

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