Amanda Davis

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About Amanda

Amanda Davis is an Account Executive for Nelnet Marketing. Her expertise in marketing and sales spans multiple areas within the financial industry including student loans and debt management. A graduate of Bellevue University, Amanda’s current role is focused on marketing strategy, partnerships and improving the customer experience.

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3 Student Loan Mistakes to Avoid In Repayment

If you graduated from college this year you may have, for the first time, realized how much student loan debt you have. With the average student loan debt at around $29,000 per student...

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Student Loan Consolidation vs. Refinancing: What’s the Difference?

You’ve likely heard the term “student loan consolidation” or “student loan refinancing” and may have thought they mean the same thing...

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Are you Ready for Student Loan Repayment?

Don’t let your student loan statement be a surprise in the mail. Be prepared for student loan repayment by asking yourself these three questions...

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Financial Safety Tips

Congratulations, you’ve graduated college! You’re ready to begin your new life in the real world with a real job! This step into adulthood is very exciting, but it can also be a time of confusion with new responsibilities. Set yourself up for financial success early...

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How To Save Money On Your Student Loans

Undergraduate students graduate with an average of $30,000 in student loan debt. This amount can feel overwhelming, but there are several ways to save money on your student loans, both while you are in school...

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Is a Cosigner Right for You? Navigating the Benefits of a Cosigner

You’ve probably heard the term “cosigner,” but do you know what it means, how it can help you, or what qualities make a good one? If you find your federal funds aren’t enough to cover the cost of college, you can consider ...

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Why Good Credit is Crucial

Your credit score is a three-digit number that can determine a lot. Credit scores are calculated using a number of factors. On-time payments, the number of credit cards you have and the balances...

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How to Use Your Tax Return Effectively to Reduce Student Loan Payments

Considering paying off your student loan debt with your tax return or just a lump sum of money? There can be more to larger payments than meets the eye. Follow these steps to learn how to make the most of your payment...

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