Student Debt Help

The proactive approach to Student debt help is first on the list because it is the best and least painful in the long run.

With anything worthwhile we have to sacrifice a little to get a lot.

The main idea is to not get student loan debt in the first place then you don’t have to worry about getting student loan debt help. This can be worked out several different ways.

The easiest way is to have a rich uncle that will pay for everything for you. Unfortunately that did not work out for me.

I had to do something crazy and completely off base with the normal ideas. I had to get a job first. Now this does not have to be a “take all your time” job.

I got an on campus 20 hr. a week $7.00 a hr. This gave me plenty of money to live in a cheap apartment, buy some food, and even go on a date every once in a while. I used a bus pass most of the time, and lived frugally.

You can also go the get good grades in high school and get a scholarship for college. This did not work so well for me I almost flunked out of high school. But it works for a lot of people.

What did work for me was…I just made it money wise for the year of college and I got really good grades. Then applied for all kinds of scholarships starting my second year.

I also got married and had a child so I was able to get something called a PELL grant that paid for all my tuition, books, and fees. This made life a lot easier after the first year. Student debt is something that can be prevented.

Do your homework before things get going in college and you can live a debt free life by design. Look into all the scholarships offered at your particular school, as well as in the program you plan to go into. Not all require good grades.

If for some reason you did not learn how to prevent student debt and you now need some student debt help. Read on to find out how to react now that you have Student debt.

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