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Two Resources to Help Your Students Understand the Consequences of Default

December 14, 2015

Homer Simpson once called default, GIDMT5TDUF“The two sweetest words in the English language.”

We’re not sure what dictionary Mr. Simpson had access to, but we are committed to helping student borrowers avoid the life-changing consequences of default. Through our resource library, we offer materials to help students understand the severe ramifications.

These resources include:

Default is not two words.

It’s also not sweet.

But, it’s something we can help students avoid. Check out these financial literacy resources, and many more, at our library.

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Derek Larson, Proposal Writer, Nelnet

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