Refinance

the truth about private student loans





in·ter·est
/ˈint(ə)rəst/
money paid regularly at a particular rate for the use of money lent, or for delaying the repayment of a debt.

If you are already aware of the things I am discussing in this video: good! I was not aware at the time I applied for university and was taken aback by some things during the process. That is why I’ve decided to make this video, to hopefully help those of you who don’t know these things as well.

I am in no way a financial advisor; I am just giving my personal experience and my opinions.

University is a big decision, make sure you’re doing research into any financial decision that large.

Hope this helps! Thanks for watching!

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3 comments

  1. Student loans are the biggest scam. I have friends in their late 40s making damn good money still paying student loans. What are you going to take?

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  2. I like the sticker on the back of your car 😉

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  3. Sorry you had to go through this. Always exhaust all federal loans first! federal loans are cheaper and more flexible. You could even use federal loans to pay off your Discover loans. Still comes out cheaper.

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