Student Loan Reform

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Federal Plans That Forgive Student Loan Debt Maybe Going Away

Government officials are trying to rein in increasingly popular federal programs that forgive some student debt, amid rising concerns over the plans’ costs and the possibility they could encourage colleges to push tuition even higher. See if You Qualify for “Student Loan Debt Forgiveness” Click HERE Enrollment in the plans—which allow students to rack up big…

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5 Things to Know About Your Student Loan Report

Questions related to the status of student loans are some of the most frequent received by the Student Loan Ranger from recent graduates and borrowers who have perhaps “neglected” their federal student loans for a while. 1. You’ll need your personal identification number. Most student loan borrowers have no idea what their PIN might be.…

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5 Reasons to Pay Attention During Your Student Loan Exit Interview

College seniors everywhere are getting excited for graduation. But if you’re among the majority of students who borrowed money to pay for college — more than 65 percent of graduates, in the latest year cited in a recent Department of Education report — you’ve got one more chance to learn before you don that cap and gown:…

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Dave Ramsey on Student Loan Debt

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Student loans push up bankruptcies

A typical college graduate now owes about $25,000 when he or she finishes school. This could be the economy’s ‘next debt bomb,’ a bankruptcy attorney warns. A new study has found that there has been a significant increase in the number of consumers seeking the help of bankruptcy attorneys as a result of outstanding student loan…

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3 Dumb Student Loan Myths That Can Bankrupt Smart Borrowers

Are you drowning in student loan debt?  Are you frustrated with the fact that you’re struggling to pay it off?  Then you’re like millions of Americans buried in student loan debt. The fact is, there is over $1 trillion dollars in outstanding student loan debt in the U.S., and for borrowers who recently graduated only…

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