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Wednesday, May 16, 2012

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JacksonWhite Law

I completely agree with Kevin Judd. With the student loan debt being so high it is time to consider adjust regulations so people with student loans could consider bankruptcy.

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Student loans generally have lower rates, many mortgage options with flexible payment options and the loan assistance to learners seeking funding for education. Government pupil education loans offer learners in the U.S. the largest source of need-based loans. The big plus of all federal pupil education loans, is the promise of an in-school interest subsidy.

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With the nation’s student loan debt now exceeding $1 trillion, these taxpayer-funded commissions (and the burden assumed by taxpayers when such agencies cannot recover the money) are even more reason for lawmakers to begin offering bankruptcy relief for both federal and private student loans. Many of the measures that have been proposed thus far, such as freezing interest rates or income-based repayment, do not do enough to reduce the financial burden that is crippling college graduates. Even representatives from Sallie Mae, the nation’s largest provider of private student loans, told Forbes in April that it is “not opposed to bankruptcy protection for student loans, provided that it applies to all student loans and there is some sort of good faith attempt at payment for five or six years.”

Gene

what a lucrative industry, who knew right?

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