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Friday, June 01, 2012



It's really not surprising that student loan debt continues to rise, because for most future students getting a colege loan is the only way to attent college. Consumers debt is less, but it's hard to say that borrowing activity has declined. To my opinion, there's no end to a student loan until the education will not become more affordable. But when? In this tough economy it's hard to expect that something, especially education will get cheaper. That's hy we just can see the way debt rise and save money to avoid college loans.

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