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16 comments

  1. i dont understand how so many people have like 20k plus student loans. Im graduating university soon and ive managed to save up almost my entire 3 years tuition costs which is around 9k for my undergrad course

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  2. Please please talk about capitalized interest. No one talks about it and I wish I understood what it meant before I took out loans.

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  3. How long is the grace period?

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  4. That moment when you realize that your student loan debt is twice the national average.

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  5. Makes me glad there are no tuition fees in my country..

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  6. Heyyyy, here in my back yard. People always tell me to do a tour…

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  7. Why use your grace period if your loans are collecting interest anyway ?

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  8. you're awesome. thanks so much for these tips

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  9. 7. Make college free like the rest of the civilized world.

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  10. I believe that no one should ever get a student loan. You're basically enslaved to the student loan companies, and the longer it takes, the higher the interest rate is. You won't be free until you buy back your freedom in full, and you could be 45 years old still paying for the debt you got when you were 22 years old. If you get a minimum wage job while you're still in high school, like at age 15, put all that money into a savings account. Don't use that money to buy a bunch of crap that you don't really need! Use that money for a portion of your tuition costs. I don't see why any college would reject you for making payments for each semester/ quarter from the job you have. The "fun" doesn't stop there; be sure to have a job throughout your college years. After the usual life expenses are paid for, use both the high school and the college job money for your education. Don't get a loan… ever!

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  11. Damn mine is way more than the averages

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  12. I just started paying on my student loans, and had the option of an income driven plan. However, I decided not to take it, because I do not want to be paying on my loans for even longer. I'd rather struggle to make the payments, but get it paid off quicker! 🙂

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  13. I'm curious as to what restaurant(s) you waitressed at where there were able to only schedule you when you weren't working your full-time (9-to-5 I assume?) job or babysitting. I know of no places who would be willing to hire someone to work only nights and every other weekend.

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  14. The Financial Diet – any tips for how students should handle paying back parent plus loans? I think people say the national avg for student loans is 35k because they don't take into account parent plus loans….

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  15. Also, you can use their previous advice which is, DON'T BE SCARED TO MOVE HOME AFTER COLLEGE. It's amazing the amount of money you can put toward student loans if you don't have a rent payment. I graduated with 27k in loans, my wife and I made the humbling decision to move home and paid them off in a year. Done, and done. That quick, never worry about this again. Off to a bright future.

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  16. Hi! I am a senior in high school going into university next year. I'm going to a private university and after my initial merit-based scholarship and fafsa, I am still going to have quite a bit due every quarter. Can you explain exactly how to get student loans in the first place, and what I need to know as a student who has never really done anything financial by myself? Thank you!

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