The cost of college has skyrocketed in the past 50 years- far outpacing the rate of inflation. Students are burying themselves in debt to cover the cost of higher education.
The average college student graduates with almost
$40,000 in student loans.
More than 1 million people default on their loans each year. (Default: when no payment has been made on a student loan for about a year)
Nationwide, Americans owe $1.5 trillion in student loans.
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Together, we’ll dive into the world of scholarships, colleges, and higher education.
When you schedule an appointment with me, I’ll show you exactly how
I earned $80,000 in scholarships to go to college.
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