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Wes B. Aug 16
I graduated in 2015 with a total of $53,579 in debt. I am happy to say that I have paid $7K on my debt and brought that total down to $53,327. Yay...
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lilythe revenant Aug 15
Almost 200 grand in student loan debt for a job that’s 45 grand a year after at least two year’s internship, if lucky. Explain to me how I messed up because millennial
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Tara LeGates Aug 17
My daughter hasn't even moved into her dorm yet, and she has already accrued $4 interest on her that was disbursed YESTERDAY. This is gonna hurt. Let's see how quickly this adds up
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TheCareerCoach-MWFPaintball 6h
this was already in the law, so he’s not signing a bill to forgive student debt for veterans, it’s only for 100% disabled veterans and it was a law already, BUT the bill removes the paperwork or application process. So he’s trying to get political push here
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Martina Desiree Maya-Callen 57m
Looking at my student debt breaks my heart more than any boy ever has 💔
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Giovanni De Andre 17h
How Much Does Each State Hold?
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Modernist Studio 2h
How can we make our financial products work for our students? We've developed a framework that will help address the problem of .
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Kyle Baysa Aug 16
I just found out that with the money that I pay in student loans a year I could afford a 25 day trip around Europe including airfare and accomodations. In fact, I could afford to do that TWICE, and still have roughly $800 left over. Twice. Every year.
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Susan Lupton Aug 20
Student loan debt in NC is not sustainable. Read new CRL report
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Michael Allen CPA 12h
This country is breaking my heart. Also, make this sort of shit illegal.
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Danielle Woelpper 4h
Can I exchange my diploma for this? I feel like this car will be more worth it in the long run.
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Ollie Moxham Aug 20
Hey , got a question. As someone going into who could get by (just) without a govt loan, would you still recommend taking one out? Another £10k could help fund independent research, but would be an extra 20% added to my ever growing 🤔
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321investing 6h
If this is how you feel looking at your student loan statements, make a plan and decide what to pay off and when!
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DosEquis52 19h
Maybe that’s why college costs so damn much now!
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StudentDebtCrisis Aug 17
Replying to @DebtCrisisOrg
We are urging 2020 presidential candidates to fight for forgiveness. Will you add your name in support here? 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸
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Michael Maestro Henderson 17h
Thank You Mr. Trump
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collegeinsights Aug 16
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CynPryce 8h
40 Million people in US have Student Debt. That's 1 in 8
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Equal Justice Works 6h
We get it—law school ain't cheap! That’s why we host regular webinars on the basics of relieving your . Join us today from 3-4 p.m. EDT for the latest.
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StudentDebtCrisis 24h
Thank you for speaking with advocates today. We will solve the issues that matter most to , like !
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