A reader has a novel idea for paying back those loans.
Question: Are there scholarships/grants to pay off student loans (besides teacher loan forgiveness and other government programs)? Can I apply for a college scholarship and apply it to my loan debt?
— Elyse in Virginia
Howard Dvorkin CPA answers…
After getting some information from you, Bill, I figured out the discrepancy: Your girlfriend took out government loans, while you have a substantial number of private loans. Why does that matter? I made this video to explain the differences…
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Article last modified on October 4, 2018 Published by Debt.com, LLC .