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Gwyneth Paltrow - who is worth an estimated $140M offers a guide to paying off student loans on Goop



-Gwyneth Paltrow who is worth $140M conducted an interview with Heather Jarvis who is an attorney and a nationally recognized expert specializing in student loan law, on her website Goop lol.
-She attended the Crossroads School and Spence School, two very expensive private schools, and her kids attend LA's Harvard-Westlake School, which costs $38,400 a year.
-More than 40 million Americans have student loan debt of about $1.4 trillion after they graduate from college.
-Federal student aid (FAFSA) is a very important application for college students to utilize.
-The article also "discusses why the problem exists, how it has gotten worse, how interest works, the different between private and federal loans, and common mistakes people with loans make, how to pay these loans off, loan forgiveness, and good resources."


studentloans.gov: It includes information on repayment plan applications and a repayment estimator tool.

Studentaid.edu.gov: Includes lots of information for people thinking about the various ways others are paying for school.

NSDLS.ed.gov: An essential resource that gathers data from schools, the Direct Loan program, and other Department of Education programs.

Studentloanborrowerassistance.org: Provides a lot of information for student loan borrowers and their families. It’s especially useful for those who are struggling financially.


Source- https://twitter.com/Femail/status/1019304501260574721

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