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Approximately 38 million Americans are saddled with student loans, and the number of students in debt climbs with each passing year. In 2012, a whopping 71% of graduates left school in the red on their loans, owing an average debt of $37,172. According to MarketWatch, student loan debt continues to rise at a dizzying rate … Continue reading

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