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The student loan crisis has finally reached the point that individuals and institutions are both looking for alternatives to debt for funding a college education. One of those new methods being tried out is the Income Sharing Agreement where you trade a percentage of your future income to the school or the lender in exchange…

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Student debt continues to be a huge economic hardship issue.  In this interview we discuss ideas for avoiding it or dealing with it if you already have loans.  You can read the related article here.  The following recording is from “Mornings with Kelli and Steve” on Moody Radio Indiana (97.9 FM). For more information on Moody…

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Student loans are nearing $1.6 Trillion in total and are more than credit card and auto debts combined.  Student loans are very dangerous because they target young borrowers who may not know better and then are a difficult form of debt to eliminate since you can’t sell what you bought or even discharge them in…

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It wasn’t all that long ago that a college education was considered a privilege.  Today, our society has started acting as if it’s a requirement for anyone wanting to be “successful” in life.  Going to college is no longer the exception.  Rather, it is the expectation for many kids, regardless of their desired career path…

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