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Having trouble paying your student loans? We're here to help.
Without a plan, it can take years or decades to repay student loans and the interest accrued.
Whether you are in school right now, in the process of paying your loans off, or helping someone else with their student loans, we are here to guide you through the options and help you develop a payment action plan.
How an LSS Financial Counselor Can Assist
Our trusted nonprofit financial counselors can assist in two ways: by providing free expert advice for loan repayment and making sure you are aware of available resources that can help ease the burden. We can help with federal, state or private student loans.
LSS financial counselors will:
- Explore repayment options for all student loans and your potential solutions
- Determine your eligibility for federal repayment options
- Establish a budget to cover monthly expenses, including loan payments
- Work with you to contact private lenders to determine possible repayment solutions
- Help you come up with a plan to avoid default and the related consequences
- Assist you in bringing your loans current if you’ve fallen behind on payments or are in default
- Create an individualized action plan to help you regain control of your finances
Call us at 888.577.2227 today. Appointments are free, confidential, and can be done either in-person, by phone or via Skype online. You choose what works best for you!
Additional Student Loan Resources
6 Things Every Person Should Know About Student Loans
Settling into a routine that demands balancing classes, studying, working part-time and having some fun will not only be a challenge, but will also take some time. While in college, don't put your student loans on auto-pilot.
Should I Consolidate My Student Loans?
Before consolidating any loans, review the pros and cons.
What You Should Know About Student Loans
Our past Program Director, Darryl Dahlheimer, shares his insight on how to pick the best student loan and offers an overview of different types available and common red flags. (Featured on Mint.com)