How To Get a “Student Loan Bailout”

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New government program erases the college debt of eligible students. More Information can be found at http://www.CollegeMadeSimple.com

For students who qualify, any outstanding college debts will be wiped clean.

The last decade has seen college loans explode in the U.S., prompting the publishers at CollegeMadeSimple.com to share helpful information on how eligible students can eliminate their college loan debt.

According to an April 11, 2011 article from The New York Times, "Burden of College Loans on Graduates Grows," student loan debt is likely to top $1 trillion this year. (It was less than $200 billion as recently as the year 2000.)

Of course, student loans are not all bad. They provide the funds necessary to attend college for hundreds of thousands of kids, year after year. But they also leave many students with a mortgage-sized debt around their neck upon graduation... often crippling their chances of buying their first home, or delaying other major life decisions.

That’s why college admissions and financial aid expert Scott Weingold created the new report, “How To Get a Student Loan Bailout.”

“I developed this report with one goal in mind: give parents and their college-bound kids the details on how to become eligible for a student loan bailout,” says Scott. “For students who qualify, any outstanding college debts will be wiped clean.”

Follow this link to access the full report on CollegeMadeSimple.com: How To Get A Student Loan Bailout

http://www.collegemadesimple.com/student-loan-bailout-pr/

*Scott Weingold is co-founder and a principal of Ohio-based College Planning Network, LLC. Scott was recently ranked the #1 “College Financial Aid Expert Worth Knowing About” in the entire country by CollegeStats.org. In addition to publishing the popular free online newsletter College Funding Made Simple, Scott also co-authored the book, “The Real Secret To Paying For College: The Insider’s Guide To Sending Your Child To College – Without Spending Your Life’s Savings.”

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