Student Loans: Starting out Behind the Eight-Ball

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Statistics show that a person's lifetime earning potential dramatically increases with a college degree in hand. Unfortunately, statistics also show that the cost of such a degree has become prohibitive for most without the help of some type of financial aid. In other words, students will need to dig a big debt-hole in order to make enough money to pay off that "initial" debt. For many, that can bring long-term ramifications. Is it worth it?


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