Understanding your credit history has never been more important. Not only does your credit score affect your ability to benefit from financing, it also plays a large role in your ability to get a job, since it’s common practice for employers to check the credit history of their applicants before hiring.
If your credit score and history has suffered as result of your student loans, rest assured that there are tangible steps you can take to improve it, within a reasonable time period. Information is available through student loan finance experts, websites and community forums.
Jan Miller is a student loan consultant & founder of Miller Student Loan Consulting, a company that creates customized student loan repayment plans that fit each borrower's unique budget & life. EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
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