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Td Bank Student Loans – paying $22000 in Alberta & Canada student loans


Td Bank Student Loans – Review

Every Canadian student who studies in Canada can take out a loan that is split into a provincial student loan and a federal student loan. I study and live in Alberta so I have an Alberta and Canadian student loan.

You have student loans too eh? This video breaks down everything about having a student loan in Canada (specifically in Alberta).

**Disclaimer** No intent to say any false information. I just did plain old google searching and asking for advice from my parents and my lovely stonks friend. This is not professional advice, I’m just sharing what I’ve found online about this topic! If I did say any wrong information please message me @astronautlacson on instagram. I will include updates below here if there is a need for correction.

Hi! My name is Abby Lacson and I’m graduating mechanical engineering at the University of Alberta in winter 2020 and want to work in space! Yes space as in the vast beautiful solar system we live in. In the meantime I like making videos, skateboarding, watching rockets launch, hanging out with friends, travelling and of course dressing up and shopping 😉

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Navigate Video Time Stamps:

Student Loan Breakdown: 1:31
Money Background Terms: 2:11
My Student Loans: 4:24
Loan Payment Estimator: 6:43

Helpful links from the video:

Alberta Student Aid Interest Rate Information:
Alberta Student Aid Login:
Loan Payment Estimator:
Canadian Student Loan Forms:

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  1. Yong Xia
    July 25, 2021 at 5:40 pm

    Very good video. Since your loan of 21485 is comprised of 2 parts(federal and Alberta) and each part has different interest rates, I think we should calculate these 2 parts separately. I believe that loan estimator on the government site is only valid for Federal part.

  2. Dale Reyes World
    July 25, 2021 at 5:40 pm

    Nice video..thanks!

  3. Alpine Dividends
    July 25, 2021 at 5:40 pm

    I graduated in 2017 in Alberta. Between my tuition and cost of living, I had racked up $92,000 but refused to pay interest on it after graduation. I hustled like a mofo and managed pay off everything and walk away from my graduation with $0 in debt. Many jobs, many side hustles, many random student debt hacks, and success! 💪

  4. No. 444
    July 25, 2021 at 5:40 pm

    when does the interest start going?

  5. Matt W
    July 25, 2021 at 5:40 pm

    Dope vid!

  6. sifq
    July 25, 2021 at 5:40 pm


  7. Esrielle Roque
    July 25, 2021 at 5:40 pm

    yasssss abby! love this, so proud!