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How can you go about paying on your student loans when you don't make much money ?
Student loans from going to school

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cut cable,cut home phone if you have one ( who really use 1 with cells now in days).... go out to eat NOT ANYMORE stop buying lunch brown bag it... can brown bag a decent lunch for $4 (sub made at home $3, small bag of chips $.30, bottled water $0.25, 2bannas/ or 1 apple $0.45) compared to spend $6-$8 at Mcdonalds....where theres a will theres a way right there from lunch alone you save $60-$80/month cable another $80....$150/month already :) :) :).....also make sure to contact them and see if you make smaller payments for longer period (they love this because they get to collect more interest off of you) 

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Easy, get on an income-based repayment plan.  Call Crest at 469-619-0644 and see if you qualify for this, some folks pay zero dollars per month.  No cost to find out.

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