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There’s a problem with student loans. Headlines related to student loans are appearing on news stories more often in recent weeks, at least partially due to the upcoming presidential election. Offering a free college education for everyone or spending trillions of dollars to pay off existing loans may not be addressing the root of the…

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The topic of student loans has really come to the surface and received some attention over the past ten or so years.  There are usually two student loan topics that arise; the rising cost of student loans and the non-discharge ability of student loans in bankruptcy. However, to give credit, there are some positive points…

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Student Loan debt is in the news, and on the minds of many Americans.  This month, The Federal Housing Administration, (FHA), added to the misery of student loan debt problems by making it more difficult for first-time homebuyers to make a down-payment which is required to establish a home loan.  Essentially, the FHA changes now…

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The Wall Street Journal posted an excellent article with the charts below, labeling 2014 graduates as the most indebted class ever.  As you can see in the numbers, student loan progression over the past twenty years is staggering.  The amount borrowed for college loans continues to widen the gap between income and overall debt load.…

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Have you ever wondered what the cost of K-12 public education is in America? According to the National Center for Education Statistics, the average per-student expenditure in public schools is between $5,000 and $15,000. (In Wisconsin, lawmakers estimate $10,000 per student.) Therefore, we can speculate that the average student enrolled in public schools in the…

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On behalf of Debt Advisors, S.C. The number of college graduates with student-loan debt is increasing dramatically. The Project on Student Debt, a nonprofit research and advocacy organization, estimates that the number of college graduates with student-loan debt has increased by nine times since 1996. According to the College Board’s Trends in Student Aid study,…

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