College School Loans


The Student Loans Nightmare And College Costs – A Book Excerpt

COLLEGE STUDENT LOANS ARE REACHING A TRILLION DOLLARS IN DEBT, BUT THERE IS HELP AVAILABLE I am prompted to write about the student loans nightmare currently in full force in our country due to several recent personal stories from students I interviewed. First of all, the news coverage about the looming trillion dollars of debt from student loans is scary enough. But based on actual personal stories I have been told, it is much worse than it appears to be far worse than most people can imagine. I will began by telling you actual college student loans nightmare stories ...

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A Short Primer on College Financial Aid and School Loans

There are a lot of banks getting rich and richer off college financial aid and school loan profits, too bad students are not having the same experience. I keep reading articles stating that school - loan debt average is $26,000. This appears very low, considering the fact that whenever I hear a forum on television or radio they suggest most graduates have much higher school loan debt. According to most media projections, the national school loan debt is edging toward a trillion dollars. Also  when I speak, I always have several attendees tell me they have a much ...

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The School Loans Nightmare and College Costs

College School loans are Reaching a Trillion Dollars in Debt, but There is Help Available I am prompted to write about the school loans nightmare currently in full force in our country due to several recent personal experiences. First of all, the news coverage about the looming trillion dollars of debt from school loans is scary enough. But based on actual personal stories I have been told, it is much worse than it seems on the surface. I will began by telling you actual school loans nightmare stories and school loan successes, as well as  solutions to their problems....

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The School Loan Debt Crisis in America

The school loan debt crisis is changing the way Americans think about college education and debt. Most people go through life wanting their kids to go to college after high school graduation, saying; 1) I will save the money for my kids' college, or 2) My child will get a scholarship, or 3) There is adequate financial aid available. The shock comes when none of these scenarios become reality. I will address why many low income and middle income students and families, are met with a school loan debt crisis, as a result of not doing their homework before deciding on a ...

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