school loans

A time when compound interest is not been in my favor.

David Vaughn

Quantitative reasoning/501

Dr. Jerry


A time when compound interest is not been in my favor.

            A time that compound interest may not be in my favor is the interest accumulated for my school loans. When I finish college I will have amassed more than $60,000 in debt to my school loans. My servicer has already began harassing me and has said the loans will take 300 months to pay of with what I have now. I did not submit the information, but they are aware of my income. I can not see many other reasons to take out loans. I may have considered a small business loan at one point, but seeing the problem with creditors does not seem worth it.


            Deciding to take out a loan is different for each person. I used some of my excess in loans once when trying to get a associates degree. I wanted to get my car fixed. So I took out a loan. It was not a bad idea at the time but it was something I thought I wanted to be in control of. I feel that it takes a certain amount of responsibility.

Published by David Vaughn

I am finished with my Graduate degree now I am hoping to enter into Doctoral college this fall now after starting and restarting transferring then starting again, but now unsure of my funds. I am in College now for my Phd and doing ok. This was my first website and now I have a radio station connected to it. The radio station is fanbaseradio and is apart of another website I now own. I am hoping to continue to grow my network and develop a marketing firm. kewlbeer'd marketing affiliate of fanbase.

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