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How To Prepare For Your First Student Loan Repayment

College graduates should take steps now to prepare for their upcoming student loan payments. Getty Images For those who received college or graduate degrees last May or June, another important milestone is just around the corner: The start of student loan repayment. Come November or December, the six-month grace period …

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Medical School Loan Forgiveness: Repayment Programs for Doctors

If you went to medical school, you likely racked up a significant amount of student loan debt. Luckily, there are many medical school loan forgiveness and repayment assistance programs available. You may be eligible for federal, state, or local programs that can eliminate some or all of your debt. In …

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This 34-Year-Old Paid Off $223,000 Of Student Loans

Caitlin Boston paid off $223,000 of student loan debt. Courtesy of Caitlin Boston When Caitlin Boston finished paying off $223,000 of student loans, she did something amazing. She made a music video of herself dancing in a purple catsuit. Boston, who’s 34, lives in Brooklyn and works in the tech industry, amassed more …

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How You — and Your Kids — Can Make Smart Student Loan Decisions

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How to Get Out of Payday Loan Debt Now

How can you get out of payday loan debt? Take these steps to deal with these high-interest financial obligations. Image source: Getty Images Payday loans can be tempting when you need cash right away. These loans are available regardless of your credit score and offer immediate access to cash you …

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When and How to Defer Student Loans

An increasing number of student loan borrowers are unable or unwilling to tackle their debt, which leads them to consider how to postpone their payments altogether through deferment or forbearance. But this may not be necessary or appropriate. Federal student loans have several repayment options available to borrowers struggling to …

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How to Recover from Student Loan Default

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How to Set a Timeline to Pay Off Your Student Loans

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Medical student loans: Federal repayment vs. private refinancing

When it comes to student-loan debt, you’re far from alone. There’s no need to stress out or feel embarrassed about your situation. Instead, gain an understanding of the options available and make things manageable. In an episode of the AMA’s “Making the Rounds” podcast, Laurel Road’s Alex Macielak and anesthesia …

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