The Best Way to Pay Off $250,000 in Student Loans
There are many ways to pay off your student loans, but the “best” way for you may not be the cheapest at first glance. Three doctors’ stories show how income-driven repayment plans and loan forgiveness programs can play key roles in the decision.
Anyone who graduates with a massive pile of student debt has some tough choices to make. Refinance to a seemingly cheaper private loan? Keep your federal student loan and pay it off in the standard way? Take advantage of forbearance to put payments off? A look at three new doctors, each facing $250,000 in debt, highlights some shocking differences between each choice.