Your Guide To Managing Student Loan Debt


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Walking down the aisle and receiving a diploma at your college graduation was one of the best days of your life. Surrounded by friends and family, you walked across the stage, shook hands with the dean, and went back to your seat feeling accomplished. After all, you dedicated that past four or five years of your life staying up late to study (and party) in hopes that your hard work would pay off. The career of your dreams,  grad school, maybe even an apartment were all reasonable goals you set for yourself once you finished undergrad. Sadly, these goals have become unrealistic for many of America’s college graduates.

With the cost of college tuition increasing 1,225 percent since 1978, many students are left with no choice but to borrow federal and public loans to cover the cost of a college education. According to America’s Debt Help Organization, U.S. college grads have…

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