The American Dream is changing. Long-term stable job, homeownership, married with two kids and a dog — those were the dreams of our parents. But our dreams often include flexibility, travel, and passion. If a mortgage in a good school district isn’t appealing to you … what is?
Putting your student loans on an income based repayment plan might make a lot of sense. It will lower your monthly payments and could even wipe out your remaining balance after 10 or 20 years. Here’s what to consider before enrolling.
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