Organize All Your Debt At Once With Help From SALT

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Sometimes, the hardest part about debt is keeping track of it all. (OK, paying off the actual “debt” is tougher, but we swear the management is a not-too-distant second for many of us.)

Here at SALT™, we like to think we can help you with the former, through articles, videos, and more that educate you on topics like student loan repayment options and why you should love your budget. But now, we know we can help you with the latter—thanks to the newest tool on our site.


Know What You Owe from SALT lets you keep track of all your debt in one place. Just add or import your info, and you’ll be able to easily see how your student loans, car payments, credit cards, and more impact your overall financial picture.

This new feature is only for SALT members, but signing up is free! Get started by clicking the image or link below so you can know what you owe today.

Pie chart of debt

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SALT™ is a free educational resource that provides simple, smart, personalized ways for college students and recent graduates to take control of their student debt and manage their finances. With a combination of helpful tools, tailored information, and unbiased expertise, SALT helps young people borrow less, borrow smart, and repay their loans in a way that works for them. SALT was created by American Student Assistance, a nonprofit organization with 50+ years of experience helping people make better decisions about financing their education and repaying student loans. Visit for more information.

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  1. Bridget April 23, 2014 / 2:34 pm

    This is fantastic! What a great tool to help you manage your debts. The first step to getting rid of it is knowing how much you have!

    • Ryan Lane April 23, 2014 / 4:57 pm

      Thanks, Bridget! You may be biased as one of our contributors, but that doesn’t mean we won’t take the compliment! :)

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