Dallas, TX (PRWEB) January 15, 2014
Although the school year is far from over, National Debt Relief, advises students that they should start preparing for college costs. The idea is to keep them from incurring more student loans. These loans are crippling the new graduates under so much financial obligations. They are in debt even before they are earning money.
In an article published last January 14, and titled “How to Prepare For School Year 2014-2015 College Costs,” the site explained how some students are foregoing a higher education for fear of debt. The published article encourages consumers that they need not be scared of these loans because there are ways to be smart about college costs.
National Debt Relief informs their readers that there are schools that have joined in the effort to make higher education more affordable. They have done this by offering a program that will keep the tuition fee of students from rising during their 4 year course. At the very least, the student can financially plan for their fixed college expenses more accurately.
But beyond this help, the debt relief company also provided tips that will help parents and students deal with the costs of college even before starting the school year. These include bundling cellphone bills, foregoing a gym membership, learning how to take care of their own nails, avoiding credit card charges, and getting rid of the cable. The article cited the average amount that can be saved and if the reader follows all the suggestions, they can raise more than $4,300 a year. If a first year high school student teams up with their parents to raise this money, they can raise more than $17,400 during the 4 years before college. The article mentions that the average student loan debt is $24,000 and the savings raised should be able to slash a huge amount from that.
The cost of getting a higher education is marred by student loans and National Debt Relief encourages students not to be discouraged by it. This is why they are advised to start preparing for it ahead of time.
To read the whole article, click on this link: http://www.nationaldebtrelief.com/prepare-school-year-2014-2015-college-costs/.
National Debt Relief has an A rating with the Better Business Bureau and is a proud member of the US Chamber of Commerce. They are also members of the International Association of Professional Debt Arbitrators (IAPDA) and American Fair Credit Council (AFCC). To find out more about their primary debt solution, which is debt settlement, visit their site or call 888-703-4948.