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9th of April: Wisconsin Students Gear Up for Student Loan Webinar Awaits Expert Tips, Plans, and Scam Awareness

Webinar Alert: Wisconsin Students Offered Crucial Guidance on Student Loan Repayment

Wisconsin Government Teams Up with Savi to Equip Students with Financial Knowledge

According to Wisconsin students have a helpful tool coming their way an online event called a webinar. It’s organized by the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP), along with the Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions and a company called Savi. This student loan webinar aims to give students important info about paying back their federal student loans. They’ll learn about different repayment plans and forgiveness programs like one offered by the US Department of Education. Plus the student loan webinar will talk about how to spot and avoid scams related to student loans.

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(PHOTO: of April: Wisconsin Students Gear Up for Student Loan Webinar Awaits Expert Tips, Plans, and Scam Awareness

Valuable Webinar Offers Wisconsin Students Insight on Student Loan Management and Scam Prevention

The student loan webinar is set for Tuesday April 9th, from Noon to one. It’s a chance for students to get some useful tips on managing their student loan debt. Experts from Savi will be there to answer questions and share advice on how to use federal repayment plans and forgiveness programs to lower the amount of money owed. This teamwork between government agencies and a private company shows they care about helping Wisconsin students make smart choices about their student loans which can give them more financial security. Wisconsin students should make sure to mark their calendars for this webinar. It’s an opportunity to get clear information about paying back student loans and how to avoid scams. With help from experts and easy-to-understand resources students can feel more confident about handling their student loan responsibilities and protecting themselves from scams.

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