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I’m Going to Take Out a Student Loan to Go to Nursing School – Sandra

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“Dear Steve, I am considering taking on a federal Stafford loan in order to go to nursing school at a private school. Tuition is $25,000-30,000. I am single, in my 40’s work full time. Should I pay the loan off ASAP, before acquiring any further debt? I want to get a house soon and don’t know if this loan will ... Read More »

    Medical Student Debt Leads To Thoughts Of Suicide and Burnout

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    Having worked for years in the medical field I applaud anyone that decides that they want to become a doctor. But I’ve met my share of people that seem to have become doctors for “the money” or who once they became doctors, wanted to do something else with their lives. Being a doctor is not easy, but being a medical ... Read More »

      I’m $211,000 in Student Loan Debt to Become a Lawyer. I Don’t Want to Be an Attorney Anymore. – Jacob

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      Jacob “Dear Steve, I’m a 26 year old male who is a third year law student. I have a significant amount of debt. I have 26K in personal unsecured debt, and $211K in student loan debt. The student loan debt was amassed from attending a private university for five years and three years of law school. While in undergrad, I ... Read More »

        We Owe $191,000 in Student Loans And I Need to Go Back to School. – Rob

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        “Dear Steve, Myself and my wife are both out of college. I went to a private university, big mistake as my mother tried to tell me, and now between the two of us we are about $191,000 in debt to student loans. Thanks to my grandmother, when she passed away she left me enough to pay off any credit card ... Read More »

          I’m in My Second Year of Law School and Want to Drop Out. But What About My Loans? – Brad

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          “Hi Steve – I’m currently in my second year of law school and am really thinking about getting out. I’m worried about the roughly $100k in student loans I’ll have to start paying back though, not to mention living expenses and almost $9k in credit card debt I accrued as an undergrad. If I do drop out, I’ve considered going ... Read More »

            I’m Buried in Student Loan Debt and not Even Finished with School. – Levi

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            Levi “Dear Steve, I am finishing school right now after taking a two year hiatus. The problem is that I already have 60k in student loan debt and I am going to be pushing 75k by the time I am done. With the current crisis in our economy noone is refinancing or taking on loan consolidations. What am I supposed ... Read More »

              I Need Some Advice and Referrals For Bankruptcy and a Debt Financial Counselor. – Georgina

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              Georgina “Dear Steve, I owe a total of about 130k in cc & student loan debt. Student loans account for 70k. not sure how to start repay or bankrupy. I’m just 2 years back in workforce now. I make 50k yr with room for increase near future. Help, overwhelmed I need some referrals for debt finanical counselors and or bnkruptcy ... Read More »

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