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    Average Student Loan Debt Will Scare You

    On average, college graduates leave college with over $37,000 in student loan debt. Some leave with as much as $121,000 in debt. Many graduates remain in debt until they are well into their 40s.

    Study: Average Student Loan Payment

    The average student carries $37,172 in student loan debt, with a monthly payment of $351. Read on to learn about student loan debt facts and trends.

    Parent PLUS Loan Forgiveness: Is It Possible?

    Parent PLUS loans often create major financial headache for the parents. But here are the top 8 repayment options to make it more affordable.

    REPAYE: How Revise Pay As You Earn Works

    Struggling with your student loans? REPAYE program allows you to pay a lowered amount based on your income. Learn more and find out if you qualify.

    FedLoan: What You Need to Know

    Is FedLoan your student loan servicer? Learn how to avoid common problems. Read this to find the best repayment options and contact information.

    Loan Forgiveness for Teachers: What Are Your Options?

    If you're a teacher, you could be eligible for several loan forgiveness programs. Here are the different options available.

    How Do Student Loans Work

    Understand how student loans work, from the types of loans available, how to get them, and how payments work. Read on to learn your options.

    10 Grants to Pay Off Student Loans

    It's possible to pay down student loans without money from your own pocket. Graduates in certain fields have free money waiting for them. You just have to know where to look.

    How to Lower Student Loan Payments

    Struggling with your student loan debt? You may qualify for a lowered payment plan. Here are smart ways to make your student loans more affordable.

    Student Loan Debt Statistics

    The average graduate has $37,172 in student loan debt, making it America's fastest growing consumer debt. Read on for more alarming statistics.

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