Have anyone or anyone you know ever paid back thier student loans?

Right now I'm about to graduate from college and I been stressing hard about paying back the loans I will owe. You see, I want to be a web developer once I graduate but I getting my associates degree and since most web development jobs require you to have a bachelors. I feel a little cheated. Well anyways I wondering anybody ever paid back their loans or went on about their life?

Asked By: Demond Bivins - 12/10/2012
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I know people who did pay their loans. You can try to "go about your life" and not pay the loans, but student loans are one of the few types of debt that CANNOT be discharged in bankruptcy, so they will basically follow you forever. If you default on student loan debt it ruins your credit and makes getting credit... More
Answered By: Chickie - 12/10/2012
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Community college could not possibly be more than about $3,000 a year? Right? That's not much on student loans. Don't stress. Some people graduate with Junk 4 years degrees in the arts and they can't find jobs. Feel sorry for those nincompoops.
Answered By: Go with the flow - 12/10/2012
I paid my loans off in 4 years. I had entry level pay and a $10,000 loan. The loan was supposed to take 10 years, but I kept adding more and more to my payments to get it over with.
Answered By: Quick Answers - 12/10/2012
Yes, the majority of people pay back their loans so that they do not destroy their credit. You cannot decide to not pay your loans and live happily ever after. The government will come after you. If you did not want to pay back the loans, you should not have gone to college. It's a bit late to be feeling cheated with... More
Answered By: Heather - 12/10/2012
I don't know why you are stressing. GO BACK TO SCHOOL get your bachelors. they will continue to give you student loans and put off charging you until 6 MONTHS AFTER YOU GRADUATE. once you have your bachelors you'll start making enough money to pay off your loans little by little. you are stressing over something... More
Answered By: thiscrazybeautifullife - 12/12/2012
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