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$890 Billion of Student Loan Debt Belongs to the Women

It has been clear for some time now that more women are attending college than men, so it makes sense that they would be contributing more to tuition costs; however, recent studies point out that student loan debt is becoming a women’s issue.

The Reality of Student Loan Debt in the US is Scary

As over 44 million borrowers continue to pay off their portions of the $1.5 trillion student loan debt that is looming over the US economy, many are stressed, limited by serious financial constraint, and headed into delinquencies or outright default.

Graduate Schools Churn Out the Student Loan Debtors

Even with careers that may get off the ground quickly, high monthly balances due to student loan debt servicers can be crippling.

Looking for Student Loan Forgiveness? Check Out These Programs

There are a host of different programs available via the government if you are having trouble making payments on your student loans, and many of them are overlooked by borrowers.

Considering Grad School? The Payoff May Be All About Student Loan Debts

Graduate students represent a small number of student loan borrowers, but the amounts they borrow can be astronomical in comparison.

Misdemeanor Diversion Relief for Military Veterans

Compassionate and innovative programs like Veterans Treatment Court and Military Diversion are the least we, as a grateful society, should do for those that have sacrificed so much for so many.

Veterans treatment court offers solutions and restoration for our military veterans caught up in the criminal justice system

Veterans treatment is a positive sign that our justice system is aware of and is responding compassionately and effectively to the problem.

College Dropouts Occur For Many Reasons, But Student Loans Remain

Students who come from more affluent families tend to stay in college, while those from lower-income backgrounds do not stand as much of a chance.

I Defaulted & The Government is Taking My Pay

Younger borrowers may not understand the ramifications of taking out large student loans—and they also may not immediately understand the complications ahead when bills are not paid to federal or private loan servicers.

Do You Feel Imprisoned by Your Student Loan Debts?

Student loan borrowers around the US have been making it clear—one way or another—that they are heavily weighed down by monthly payments to servicers who expect their payments promptly. For many, doing so can be a challenge.

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