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Asher Wu

Asher Wu though young in age, is an expert in the field of investing as an investment banking analyst. He has been in his career since well before he graduated, securing an internship in his junior year due to his impressive resume and involvement at his university.

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You want to know the biggest student loan repayment mistakes? Check out this pin to see what common mistakes people make when paying back student loans. Student loan debt can be brutal but you can get out of debt quickly using this advice

Biggest Student Loan Repayment Mistakes

By Asher Wu / February 13, 2019

According to a recent study by Credit Karma, the average student loan balance among 2017 college graduates is nearly $30,000. Making a student loan repayment mistake can really cost you and result in a serious increase in the life of your loan. Here are some common student loan repayment mistakes that too many graduates make: Not…

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Want to know what happens when you default on your student loans? Know the consequences when you don't pay your loans on time. Know what you should do to avoid collection agencies and how to keep your loans safe from delinquency.

What Happens When You Default On Student Loans?

By Asher Wu / January 28, 2019

Life can take unexpected turns that make paying back student loans incredibly difficult when we are laid off or fall ill. Unfortunately, missing a handful of payments can switch our account into “default” status, which can make our financial situation even worse (Forbes). What Is Student Loan Default? This occurs when full payments on student…

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Need help finding a student loan? Even though it seems like everyone has student loan debt, you have to follow certain criteria when applying for student loans. Don't be unprepared!

How To Get A Student Loan

By Asher Wu / January 9, 2019

It’s no secret that getting a degree has grown more expensive in recent years. According to data from The College Board, the cost of tuition and fees at public four year institutions increased by 17% over the past five years alone. Despite the rise in tuition costs, we continue to see degree holders thrive with…

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