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I Had a Brain Tumor and Then Became Addicted to Pain Killers. – Jim

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“Dear Steve, Dear Steve, I was making about $100,000 year as a registered ER nurse. I had a tumor close to my brain removed. Became addicted to narcotics, told my work and board of nursing, checked myself into 28 days inpatient and 5 months outpatient 5 days then 3 days last 2 months. On unemployment extension, not paying: my private ... Read More »

I Can’t Get a Private Student Loan to Finish My Nursing Degree With a Tax Lien. – Shelia

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“Dear Steve, In February 2012 I filled for an Offer In Compromise with Georgia Department of Revenue. I am a nursing student and I am not employed. I received a call from the State Department wanting me to make payment arrangements for $50.00. I explained that paying $50.00 a month will cause a hardship and is not feasible since I ... Read More »

I’m a Nurse Practitioner in Ohio and Looking for Student Loan Forgiveness. – Miranda

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“Dear Steve, Accumulated federal and private loans through nursing and graduate school. Haven’t entered repayment yet, didn’t know if there is a way to settle my debt for less or if there are repayment/loan forgiveness programs. I am currently a nurse practitioner in the state of Ohio. Through nursing school and graduate school loans, I have accumulated about $87,000 in ... Read More »

My Daughter Studied to be a Nurse But is Buried in Student Loans. – Kim

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“Dear Steve, My daughter and her husband, both 27, are expecting their first child next year. My daughter has nearly $100,000 of student loan debt including several private loans. She is a nurse but has been unable to get the hospital-based job she hoped for when she started school, and she is making about $20,000 less a year than she ... Read More »

I’m a Nurse and Just Barely Making Ends Meet But My Husband Won’t Help Financially. – Kaye

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“Dear Steve, I am married and work as a nurse, making a good salary. I currently have around $32,000 in debt. This includes a debt consolidation account, car, bank loan, student loan medical bills, and back taxes. I am able to pay my monthly payments but have not been able to cover the taxes and medical bills. My husband was ... Read More »

We Are Working Hard But Not Getting Anywhere on Getting Out of Debt. – Jenn

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“Dear Steve, My husband and I are both working everyday– with No days off– we are JUST PAYING our maxed out credit card bills– $45,000– + –mortgage on our house–$122,000– home equity $42,000-etc.- the bills never go away– they keep getting bigger– and we do not even use them anymore– late fees, CRAZY interest, etc. I am in a bad ... Read More »

I Am a Single Mother And Going Back to School for Nursing. – Tanya

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Tanya “Dear Steve, Hello, I am a single mother with two children. I have decided to go back to school for nursing, but it is impossible to do so and have or get a job willing to work with the hours that the school requires. I am thinking of getting a loan that would cover my children and myself living ... Read More »

I Need a Grant to Pay Off My Nursing Loans. – Deanna

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Deanna “Dear Steve, I am a single mother of 2. I graduate with a BSN in nursing but of student loans far outway what I make. Sallie Mae is now threatening to take legal action or start garnishing my wages. I either pay rent or pay sallie mae. What can I do to either pay them off or get some ... Read More »

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