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How to Wipe Out Your Student Loans and Be Debt Free Fast Everything You Need to Know Explained Simply

Martha. Maeda


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  • Title:
    How to Wipe Out Your Student Loans and Be Debt Free Fast Everything You Need to Know Explained Simply
  • Author: Martha. Maeda
  • Description: How to wipe out your student loans and be debt free fast: everything you need to know explained simply; Table of Contents; Introduction; SECTION ONE; Chapter 1; How Much Does an Education Cost?; Is It Worth the Price?; Explore All the Possibilities; Financial Aid; Chapter 2; Make It Your Business to Know; What is a Student Loan?; History of Student Loans; Anatomy of a Student Loan; How to Get a Student Loan; Chapter 3; Who gets Government Loans?; Stafford Loans; Perkins Loans; PLUS Loans; HRSA Loans; Types of Student Loans; Chapter 4; Who Issues Private Loans
    A Private Loan versus a Federal LoanA Creditworthy Cosigner; Chapter 5; Chapter 6; Forbearance, Deferment, and Interest Rates; SECTION TWO; Chapter 7; Exit Counseling; Collect Your Documents in One Place; Mark the Dates on Your Calendar; Keep in Touch; Make Sure You Understand; Default and Delinquency; Chapter 8; 15,000 or 45,000; Freedom from Debt; Plan for Your Future; What Happens If You Do Not Pay?; Your Credit Score; Chapter 9; Take Charge of Your Life; Make Freedom from Debt a Primary Goal; Know Your Financial Realities; Your Credit Report Card; Establishing Your Credit History
    Resolving Problems with Your Credit ReportChapter 10; Standard Repayment Plan; Extended Repayment Plan; Graduated Repayment Plan; Income-Contingent Repayment Plan; Income-Sensitive Repayment Plan (ISR); Income-Based Repayment (IBR); Repayment Options for Private Loans; What Plan is Best for You?; Chapter 11; Lowering Your Interest Rate; Deferment; Forbearance; Consolidation; Adjusting Your Payment; Going Back to School; Chapter 12; Family and Friends; Graduation Gifts; Upromise; Grad Gold; Enlist in the Armed Forces; Become a Teacher; Health Care; Federal Government; Legal Professions
    Are You Ready for an Adventure?Chapter 13; Keep Your Goal in Mind; What Does It Take?; Be Flexible; What to Do Until You Find It; Chapter 14; Your Expenses; Help with Your Budget; Not the Budget Type?; Marriage and a Family; Planning for Emergencies and Saving Money; Budget Failure; Chapter 15; Keeping Off the Plastic; Do You Really Need That Flat Screen TV?; Smart Shopping; Food and Pharmacy; Travel and Vacations; Gifts; Chapter 16; Your Job; Reducing Tax Withheld from Your Paycheck; Identify Your Resources; Moonlighting and Freelancing; How to Get Started; Things to Keep in Mind
    Income StreamsChapter 17; Good Debt and Bad Debt; Putting Credit Cards in Their Place; Managing Credit Card Debt; Paying Off Credit Card Debt; Living with Debt; Chapter 18; What Could Go Wrong?; Bankruptcy and Default; Avoiding Default by Consolidating Your Loans; Rehabilitating Your Loan; When the Bill Collectors Call; Where to Go for Help; Chapter 19; Death; Permanent Disability; 9/11 Victims; School-Related Cancellations; False Certification; Unpaid Refund; Identity Theft; Extreme Circumstances; Chapter 20; Tax Credit for Interest Paid on Student Loans; Taxes and Loan Forgiveness
    Tax Deduction for Mortgage Interest
    According to a recent study by the National Center for Education Statistics, an estimated 65 percent of recent college graduates are burdened by student loans. Although the average debt is 19,000, loans can exceed 50,000 and may be much higher for those who attend graduate school, law school, or medical school. Many students, faced with the task of repaying such a large amount of money, become overwhelmed merely thinking about it. But, using this new book, you can learn how to eliminate your student loans and be debt free. In this exhaustively researched book, you will learn everything you n
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Publisher: Ocala : Atlantic Publishing Group
  • Format: 1 online resource (324 p.).
  • Identifier: ISBN 1-60138-525-0
  • Subjects: Finance, Personal -- United States; Student loans -- United States; Student loans -- United States; Finance, Personal -- United States; Education; Social Sciences; Theory & Practice of Education; Electronic books
  • Language: English
  • Source: 01DAL UDM ALMA

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