The anti-borrower behavior of some private companies used by the federal government to service and collect student loans has been exposed.
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Do you regret going to college? Was your college experience worth it? What would you do differently? Share your thoughts.
A new Federal Reserve study indicates that the burden of student loan debt has kept more adult children from fleeing the comfort that Mom and Dad’s home provides.
Is your doctor on the list of 846 doctors and dentists who have defaulted on a total of more than $100 million in student loans through the now defunct HEAL program?
Although education debt can be an obstacle to homeownership, it may not be as bad as it seems.
Social Security garnishment for student loans isn’t unheard of, but you may be able to reduce the amount taken out of your check.
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