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Business Insider reported that student loan debt in America is $1,400,000,000,000—that’s a lot of zeros–$1.4 trillion. Let’s talk about your time and interest payments. If a borrower is a graduate or professional, the subsidized federal Stafford loan rate is 6.8%. Let’s look at two repayment scenarios. (Common) Scenario 1: You borrow $50,000 at 6.8% for

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