Many Student Loan Borrowers Are Simply Too Young to Understand Financial Planning

by Gregory Mark Fitzgerald on Dec. 27, 2018

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Summary: While many young students and would-be borrowers are eager to get into school at any cost, they are too often left dealing with massive student loan debt that overwhelms them at a time they should be starting out with high hopes for the future.

"For-profit schools are definitely under fire for over-marketing and then under-delivering in terms of releasing graduates out into the world who may not be able to produce incomes close to anything they were promised—and in all too many cases, such learning institutions shut their doors for business for good, leaving borrowers with wilting resumes regarding what they once assumed was going to be a stellar education."

Read the entire article on the official Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC blog.

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