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Signature Student Loan Sallie Mae

rglickrglick Registered User Posts: 101 Junior Member
I need to loan about 4,000 a year. I am coming up with my EFC and a little more but am still short 4,000. I would like to defer till my D graduates, but try to pay on the loan, at least the interest if I am able. One of the plus loans from chase states it can be deferred and then there is the sallie mae student signature loan. Any advice on which way to go.
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