NY Times: Student loan facts they wish they had known

By | May 12, 2015

2014 Dental Student Loan DebtThe New York Times’ Your Money columnist Ron Lieber asked his readers to share their own stories and offer the most important thing they wish they had known before they taking out and paying for student loans.

From taking counseling for borrowing money from private lenders to keeping track of your running loan total, Mr. Lieber shares some of the most prevailing answers he received.

To read the full column, click here.

As a new dentist, what do you wish you had known when you decided to apply and acquire student loans to study dentistry?

5 thoughts on “NY Times: Student loan facts they wish they had known

  1. Jordan

    These are some good thoughts here, and I think I agree with a lot of these recent graduates when it comes to student loans. I wish I’d seen an article like this when I’d first entered school! Hopefully a few dentists-to-be see it.

  2. Olivia T

    In today’s world, the medicine education is not affordable to most people. So in such cases these loan facilities can definitely prove helpful to complete their education within low interests.


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