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Posted July 08, 2013 by

You’ve Got an Entry Level Job, So Start Dealing with Your Student Loans

Congratulations on your new entry level job!  Now, it’s time to start taking care of your student loans.  The following post offers one resource that might help.

Student loan debt can be overwhelming, as can the myriad options for handling that debt. Forgiveness, forbearance, discharge, payment plans…It’s enough to make anyone’s head spin, even if you do have that fancy college degree under your belt. Which is why the folks at SALT (a site by nonprofit organization American

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One Way to Get Rid of Student Loans: Not Paying Them?

Posted November 30, 2012 by

What Is a Loan Servicer and Why Should I Care?

CollegeRecruiter.comIf you don’t know what a loan servicer is, you may want to if you’re going to be paying back student loans.  The following post will help you understand the purpose of a loan servicer and why it is important.

So you took out a federal student loan and now it’s time to pay it back. I was in your exact position a year ago and even though I was working at Federal Student Aid, the student loan repayment process was overwhelming.

One of my first questions was: Why am I receiving federal student loan bills from a company rather than the U.S. Department of Education? If you have asked yourself a similar question, this may help:


What Is a Loan Servicer and Why Should I Care?