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  1. Now that the US has elected Trump, everything is up in the air. This would not be the year to assume you can manage your loans with an IBR program like REPAYE.
  2. I've seen this issue come up on a few different threads, so I thought I'd give my two cents. I am currently concerned about how I will pay for my MSW. I have long known that this is an expensive proposition. As such, I have set a personal cap of the amount of loans I am taking out to fund this venture. I have done research on income based repayment and loan forgiveness. I LOVE Heather Jarvis, the person I liked to, as a student loan resource. Thing is, I really don't want to either pay off loan for a really long time, nor gamble on the decisions of lawmakers to fund my higher education. I have applied for assistantships, I am looking at residence life jobs, but my final decision will probably be financially driven.
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