Sunday, June 14, 2009

How Much Student Debt is Too Much?

I have an answer on the New York Times' Room for Debate blog.

6 comments:

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MECTA said...

At best, the student debt should not exceed the expected annualized salary right after graduation. If only educational plans were as popular as auto warranty programs like US Fidelis', I should have gotten one for my children when they were still babies.

Kara said...

As long as you can afford to pay the debt after graduation, I don't really think there is a set amount. However, if you get into financial troubles, there are several debt settlement companies to choose from.

Debt Settlement said...

Nowadays, students have owed too much. They can opt to student loan consolidation or contact a debt professional if they are struggling with their debts.

Debt Relief said...

There are may kinds of expenses that students need to face. One large expense that they can't deny it is the tuition fee. This is why there are lots of debt relief companies that pop up everywhere.