Who owes more? My Student Loans or Ecuador's National Debt?
What can I give the International Monetary Fund (the IMF) in exchange to partially forgive & refinance my loans?
Bush was my Financial Aid Advisor :-(
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Definitely your student loans. You should have jumped in the cookie business when you had the chance.
I would have even allowed you extensive use of my cookies! Too bad you declined & I had to give my cookies to someone else.
PeaceSource(s): Loving monster
- Vagabond5879Lv 71 decade ago
Ecuador's National Debt, because I really don't know how much your Student loan is. PRESIDENT Bush has nothing to do with personal
Student Loan Problems!!
You might be nice enough to give the IMF half of your fees at your next court case to partically forgive & to refinance your loans.
- R JLv 71 decade ago
You make a good point ans as normally get a star, hope that helps. I didn't know you were a doctor. You should hve gone to another country, then come in as a visa immigrant and had paid schooling, then become an American. They say in 2020 70% of all doctors will be from foreign countries here in the states.
I think it is insane that someone that has the smarts to be a doctor must spring for $200,000. If Bush advised you then you spent over a million and jprobably had a few DUI thrown in for experience in military stuff.
I dont see why yo want to knock that country from South America we import, ah, something fro them, don't we. I have never seen a "Made in that place" tag on underwear.
The blonde headed lady is right, Sallie gets paid and then gets paid. Take care.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Take two online classes a semester and refuse to pay them back. F*ck Sallie Mae.
Did you know that if you default on your loans that the government will pay Sallie Mae anyway? And, that Sallie Mae will still come after you to pay for your student loans without paying back the government. Yep. People can blame the student all they want, but it's really the corporations that are ripping off the tax payer, the government and the lendee. Just like in the recent mortgage lending practices going on today is going to rip off the homeowner, the small bank, the taxpayer and the shareholder. It's all a very corrupt system.Source(s): Me. I got tired of funding the CEO's of Sallie Mae's golf courses, their multi-billion dollar stock options, their yachts, their many mansions around the world and their hedge funds. I took my life back from those bastards who wanted me to commit my life to one of indentured servitude.
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- golfer7Lv 51 decade ago
If you took more than 15 years to get your degree and were able to borrow more than the maximum, I estimate that your debt is higher than Ecuador's. If you got loans from the IMF, tell me how'; I want in.
Forgive & refinance? Just talk to them real, real nice; they will understand, forgive and forget.
- 1 decade ago
The Irony you can't get a decent job unless you graduate college yet after graduation you can't live comfortably until you pay off all the loans you had to take to pay for the degree?
Everbrook you should try to relax more go to a spa or do yoga or something because it appears that lines of coke have fried your brain/made you evil - you know they say that the devil does wear prada. Were you neglected as a child?
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Uh. There are some teaching programs that will partially forgive loans. You have to commit for a few years.Source(s): Move to Alaska. You might have to pay more for milk, but I hear they pay good and tax less. _____________ P.S. I don't think this lady who reamed you out and said "Well, we didn't eat so my my husband could get his master's degree" knows how much college actually costs nowadays. 'Cause it's a lot more than in the '70s. _____________ Yah, tuition costs *way* more today relative to wages than in the '70s. Just like with the lagging minimum wage, regular wage increases have NOT kept up with tuition and cost-of-living increases.
- PDLv 61 decade ago
certain teaching programs pay back loans
certain corporations will too
and of course
your uncle sam will pay them back for a couple years in the army
ambrose is right, mel is in a conservative dreamworld - you can't get a real degree and work 60 hours a week anyway.
- everbrookLv 41 decade ago
You enjoyed our Taxpayer Money.
But now, you don't want to pay us back.
I LOVE IT.
Democrats make it clear that they should get the Loans for Free and not have to pay them back-----
COLLEGE EDUCATED DEMOCRATS, AND STILL WANT TO BE ON WELFARE.
No matter how educated and Rich Democrats get to be, they are still just Welfare People.