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Interest capitalization is the bane of any student loan borrower, adding thousands of dollars to the amount you owe over the life of a loan.
If you want to pay off your student loans ahead of schedule, try using these 6 strategies to really plow through your debt and free up cash for other goals.
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Here, we take a look at proposed laws and legislation that could dramatically change the way Americans pay for college.