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Fred Goff
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Something that I wish I'd known right after I graduated (instead of years later) was that you can apply for Income-Driven Repayment, which means that your payments are based on what you're making. It's actually really easy to apply, you can just link to your previous year's tax return and the loan company will offer you a new repayment plan based on your earnings. Here's info about it! https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/repay-loans/understand/plans/income-driven

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Mark Bryan

As I continue to pay off my student loans, I make sure to set aside enough money every month. When I have the ability to put some extra money towards them, it's always a nice bonus!

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