10,000–sallie mae, 12,000–car (pentagon federal) we cant afford a house…still renting with large family.
Uh, I’ll be honest…I thought I had a question, but after looking at many of your other reader questions, I see that I actually have it pretty good. Your website has made me feel better, although I feel bad for the others. All the best to you, and much luck in continuing your great service.
I know the private student loans are painful. If they were government backed loans you’d have some options.
It sounds like you are digging your way out of debt, albeit slower than you’d prefer.
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