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Jan Miller
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Looking for a reputable expert to help you manage your student loan debt?
Looking for a reputable expert to help you manage your student loan debt?

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Was happy to contribute to this U.S. News & World Report article about ‪#‎studentloans‬ and the new interest rates. As usual, I kept my comments simple, and to the point!
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Having a little fun over at my Facebook account, with some #studentloan trivia. Click over to find out what the answer to the Q-of-the-Day might be! (www.fb.com/StudentLoanRepaymentConsultant)
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What' up with #Obama's latest memorandum? Click below to read everything you need to know about the Student Aid Bill of Rights!

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In case you hadn't heard, #Corinthian Colleges is making headlines again. This time, it's because 15 of their former students are refusing to pay their #studentdebt Learn about the why's and what's, below!

Not answering your clients' calls for weeks? Tsk, tsk, #GLAdvisors. (I heard it through the grapevine.)
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Chatting about all things #studentloans on the Michael Cohen Radio Show! Have a listen over at:
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Yes! Very glad to have been an expert contributor for this article. While most #news outlets are focusing on what can go wrong with #studentloans, this article focuses on providing helpful info for those with this type of debt. Click to read, below!
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A #studentloanFederal tip: Student loan lenders have a more forgiving policy toward delinquency and default (including loan rehabilitation).
 
While a typical consumer loan defaults after 4 months, or 120 days, of not making payments, a federal student loan defaults after a whopping 270 days, or 9 months, of not making payments!

Also, if the loan does default after 9 months, borrowers have the exceptional opportunity to rehabilitate the loan back into good standing by making 9 consecutive, on-time payments, based on income. The U.S. Department of Education will even retroactively fix a borrower's credit if he or she completes the rehabilitation program.

:-) For more helpful tips, schedule a free consultation with Jan, the student loan consultant, at www.student-loan-consultant.com
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