How to Wipe Out your Student Loans and Be Debt Free Fast

How to Wipe Out your Student Loans and Be Debt Free Fast

Everything You Need to Know Explained Simply

eBook - 2009
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According to a recent study by the National Center for Education Statistics, an estimated 65 percent of recent college graduates are burdened by student loans. Although the average debt is $19, 000, loans can exceed $50, 000 and may be much higher for those who attend graduate school, law school, or medical school. Many students, faced with the task of repaying such a large amount of money, become overwhelmed merely thinking about it. But, using this new book, you can learn how to eliminate your student loans and be debt free. In this exhaustively researched book, you will learn everything you need to know about student loans, including grace periods, deferment, forbearance, interest rates, co-signors, exit counseling, prepayment, discharges, cancellation, default, and much more. You will create a repayment schedule; understand the various repayment options, such as graduated repayment, level repayment, income-sensitive repayment, extended repayment, serialization, and income-contingent repayment; and be able to choose the appropriate plan for your unique situation. Additionally, you will learn how to save money through consolidation, how to secure the best interest rate, how consolidating can improve your credit score, how to use lender incentive programs to save money, and how to lower interest rates. Whether you are a current student looking to get a jumpstart on repayment or you are a recent graduate trying to wade through the letters you are receiving from your lenders and consolidation companies, How to Wipe Out Your Student Loans and Be Debt Free will be an indispensable companion.
Publisher: [United States] : Atlantic Publishing Group : Made available through hoopla, 2009
ISBN: 9781601385253
1601385250
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital

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erin89
Mar 29, 2015

Pretty good, mostly common sense if you paid attention at all when you were signing into your loans. Great scholarship resources though!

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