Credit & Debt
You're ready to launch into college, springboard into a career and vault into a happy, successful life. There's just one obstacle standing in your way: money. Yes, you've come to terms with the fact that you need a student loan. You may be a little anxious about it, or you may be downright petrified. But with a little planning and know-how, you don't have to fear the student loan. Here's what you can do to prep for your loan and take the anxiety out of the process.
Graduating from college is exhilarating. You're entering the real world, about to make it on your own. But if you're like most grads, the weight of your student loans quickly sets in, and facing this reality can be rather intimidating.
I recently got a letter from my loan creditors that gave me the chills. One of my private loans is out of the grace period, and paying back over $35,000 in college loan debt is daunting to say the least. Here are two methods that I am going to employ in order to start effectively demolishing my debt and moving closer to financial freedom. I think they can help you too.
We're just like Fry from Futurama, thrusting a fist-ful of cash at people offering goods and services and shouting, "Shut up and take my money!"
Despite high debt, the question remains whether or not credit is a bad thing.