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Woman’s Student Loan Story Goes Viral And Others Share Their Own

Woman's Student Loan Story Goes Viral And Others Share Their Own

The pandemic is bringing up a lot of issues around money to the forefront of people’s minds as unemployment skyrockets, people get evicted, and there seems to be no end in sight.

A big issue connected to many people’s financial life in the U.S. is student loans. Many unsubsidized student loans have compound interest, a concept that isn’t really taught in high school.

Many young people take out loans to go to college, not realizing that they’re going to end up in enormous debt far over and above what they took out. 

This has come up online a lot over the years, especially around elections and calls to forgive predatory student loan debt. But a few stories lately have caught even more attention, like on TikTok, or now on Twitter.

A woman named Sara Kelly shared her story of paying as much money as she took out for her education and ending up owing even more.

“I borrowed $38,876 for school from one private lender. Since graduating, I’ve paid that lender $31,501. How much do I…

Woman’s Unfair Student Loan Tweet Goes Viral And Others Share Their Stories (27 Tweets)

The pandemic is bringing up a lot of issues around money to the forefront of people’s minds as unemployment skyrockets, people get evicted, and there seems to be no end in sight. A big issue connected to many people’s financial life in the U.S. is student loans.



Woman’s Student Loan Story Goes Viral And Others Share Their Own

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