Graduation Debt by author Reyna Gobel
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Graduation Debt Digital 2nd Edition Releases November 5th

Posted by: Reyna on Nov 2 2013 / Comments (0)

CliffsNotes Graduation Debt is getting an update to reflect changes to both federal and private student loan repayment since 2010. On November 5th the new edition will go on sale digitally. Preorder today.

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10 Student Loan Terms Explained

Posted by: Reyna on Feb 10 2012 / Comments (0)

Kristen Colella interviewed me and other experts to explain student loan terms. She did a great job and you can now find the link on Graduationdebt.org’s Articles & Resources page.

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Just graduated? Checkout these student loan articles in the Sacramento Bee

Posted by: Reyna on Jun 27 2010 / Comments (0)

Read Personal Finance: Grads must learn to manage student debt and Digging out of debt.

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Read this before you consolidate federal student loans

Posted by: Reyna on Jun 27 2010 / Comments (0)

If you haven’t consolidated federal student loans that were issued between July 1, 1998 and July 1, 2006, wait to consolidate till July 1st. Interest rates dropped a little, and it’s a good time to consolidate these loans with a fixed interest rate.…

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Chicago Tribune Mentions Graduation Debt

Posted by: Reyna on Jun 12 2010 / Comments (0)

Read the article: Loan options for new grads amid tough times.

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Join Me for an Online Chat with the Washington Post’s Color of Money Book Club

Posted by: Reyna on Jun 7 2010 / Comments (0)

I’ll answer questions via online chat about CliffsNotes Graduation Debt on June 17th. Get the details in Michelle Singletary’s Color of Money column.

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Read My Tips for Recent Graduates in the New York Post

Posted by: Reyna on May 10 2010 / Comments (0)

Follow this link: Survival Tactics.

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How to Miss Student Loan Payments without Hurting Your Credit

Posted by: Reyna on Apr 21 2010 / Comments (0)

One of the best attributes student loans have is the number of options available for taking a break from payments without hurting your credit. Checkout How to Miss Student Loan Payments Without Hurting Your Credit on my Amazon product page.…

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