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The Ultimate Guide to Dealing With Student Loans You Can’t Afford

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More and more student loans are becoming the most problematic debt anyone can own. At some point in the past couple of decade student loans when from a leg up to financial slavery. There is a lot of information out there about how to deal with troublesome student loan debt and payments. But I thought I’d put together the ultimate ... Read More »

    My Girlfriend is Mentally Ill, Has Student Loans and Owes Bank of America. – Aaron

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    Aaron “Hello Steve, My girlfriend is a full time student in college. She has maxed out her Bank of America credit card ($6,000) and has about $5,000 in student loans. She has a mental illness and most likely won’t be working for quite some time. She has missed one payment about 4-5 months ago. Her credit card rate I believe ... Read More »

      My Husband is Not Aware of our True Financial Situation. – Nancy

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      “Dear Steve, I’m unemployed since 9/4/08 and my work is in the IT field. I collect unemployment of about $1,160/mth. My husband is a Maintenance Mechanic and brings in about $27k a year, or $1,600 after taxes and deductions. I used to make upwards around $45k as a programmer before I got sick about 5 years ago. I’ve also had ... Read More »

        Alex is Buried in Student Loan Payments

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        “Dear Steve, I have Federal Student loans dating back to ’94/95. My situation was unusual. I first attended MBA school and left after a semester because I also got accepted to Law School at a different university. I went to Law School for a year and a half only to realize it wasn’t what I wanted to do so I ... Read More »

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