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Wow, sounds like we are in the same boat. I don't have a student loan, and my hubby's payment on the standard plan is more than he makes per month. I guess we'll just keep on with the ICR plan and hope for the best. We've even wondered if getting married was such a good idea financially, as my income is used to determine his payments. We worry that the student loan people will come after me someday when they find out I have assets. They can't take your house, right?

Sarah
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