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Guest Blog: 3 Tips for Graduates Battling Student Loan Debt at Graduation

Today we welcome a guest blogger to Sense and Centsibility, freelance writer and personal finance enthusiast Dave Chen. If you’re like many recent grads, you may be struggling with your student loans.  Taking on large student loans may be the

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Posted in Financial Planning, Financial Wellness, Student Loan

My student loans seem fine. Do I really need a student loan counseling session?

why should I get student loan counseling

So you’re going along fine paying your student loans. You can afford the payments and just need to wait it out until the loans are finally paid off. However, there may be other aspects regarding your student loans and general

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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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Posted in LSS Financial Counseling, Student Loan

Struggling with student loans?

Are you in repayment of your student loans? Are you behind or struggling to keep up? Help has arrived! You can have a free and confidential student loan repayment counseling session with one of our certified financial counselors.  This session will

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Free help for student loan borrowers in repayment

Student loan debt in the U.S. has been soaring and is a major concern to families in Minnesota and across the nation.  Unlike other forms of debt, student loans generally cannot be discharged through bankruptcy and may take decades for

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Posted in Debt Counseling, Financial Counseling, LSS Financial Counseling, Student Loan
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