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06/26/07

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Student Loan Debt Consolidation

The majority of the regular readers of this blog are students, and while it is an exciting time in one's life, it can also be one that is fraught with worry, particularly in regards to finances. Higher education costs can be expensive, and the majority of us are in need of borrowing money in order to pursue or educational goals. We too have been there, and why I believe this topic to be of interest to our readers, and quite appropriate to this blog.

I'm certain you've come across some horror stories on the subject of student loans. I have most recently while preparing for my daughter's post secondary educational pursuits that will commence next year. While Matthew, and I certainly had no problem with managing educational based debt, I can share in these horror stories by telling you a bit about my sister. She too borrowed money for college, but was not able to land a good job in her field immediately upon finishing, therefore unable to pay off her debt until several years after graduation at a much greater cost than expected.

Had my sister at the time been able to take advantage of student loan debt consolidation via a company such as FinancialAid.com her stress, and financial burden would have been greatly reduced if not eliminated all together.

FinancialAid.com gives student borrowers the ability to consolidate their debt at a very low rate, and the flexibility to lengthen the term of their loan, while at the same time not incurring penalties for prepayments.

You can apply online (will take about 10 minutes) and no credit check is required. For further information on student loan debt consolidation please click on the link provided to you within this entry.

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