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Another important factor to consider is that when a high school graduate first goes to college, their PARENTS are often the ones advising them on the financial ins and outs -- including loans. A student may simply trust that their parents are looking out for their best interest without fully understanding the longterm implications. In all fairness, how is an 18 year old supposed assume that they know more about money than their parents do?
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