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I’m Smarter Than My Student Loan Debt. – Gail

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“Dear Steve, I am a fifty-year-old teacher with a doctorate who has taught a total of 20 years. All of my education had been paid for in full by me (including the doctorate) until I decided I wanted to get out of the classroom and go into another field. I later earned 1 1/2 additional masters degrees that I funded ... Read More »

    Unbelievable Back To School Money Saving Tips

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    As most of us all know, our wallets have been tested the past few years to see just how far we can squeeze them. Some of you most likely trying for a completely 360 degree twist. Many of you are probably sweating in your sleep thinking about the money spent or money you need to spend on back to school ... Read More »

      Are There Any Grants That Can Help Me Go Back to School as a Divorced Single Mother? – Kathy

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      “Dear Steve, I have met an unfortunate time with a recent divorce. I only make 17,000 a year, but am going back to college. I am a single mother of three children, all in college. I work and go to school full time. My attorney fees are 40,000 and am still in and out of court. I need to pay ... Read More »

        I Have Too Much Debt And I’m Going Back to School. – Ken

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        “Dear Steve, Hello i have to much debt i am going back to school and need some relief i want to pay what i owe but i can’t make the payments Is there a way to consolodate all my debt and lower my interest rate and how will this ffect my credit Ken” Don’t miss our free Get Out of ... Read More »

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