Nation's largest student loan servicer says federal regulator improperly invented new rules
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A Trump administration change will allow a hefty 16 percent surcharge to be added to an unpaid balance
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College grads and others unable to make payments on student loans could find it even tougher to dig out of debt.
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One of the biggest obstacles to a healthy U.S. economy continues to be student loan debt, which an increasing number of people are defaulting on. Millions of people had not made a payment on $137 billion in federal student loans for at least nine months in 2016. That’s a 14 percent increase in...
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Student loans and saving for retirement aren't the only obstacles facing people in their 30s.
The president rolled back protection for some borrowers facing default, and one expert says that could just be the start.
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The number of people severely behind on repaying their debt has soared in the past year, a new analysis of federal student loans revealed.
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Just days after reports emerged that student loan defaults are soaring, which is undoubtedly due to some combination of, among other things, poor job prospects for the millions of snowflakes who graduate each year with their $200,000...Show More Summary
Loan guarantee agencies are once again free to charge huge fees to Americans who've defaulted on their federal student loans after the Trump administration revoked Obama-era guidelines this week, the Washington Post reports. Agencies had been charging fees of up to 16% of principal and accrued interest when people defaulted...
The Education Department is ordering guarantee agencies that collect on defaulted debt to disregard a memo former President Barack Obama's administration issued on the old bank-based federal lending program, known as the Federal Family Education Loan (FFEL) Program. Show More Summary
HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE: The Federal Government’s Student-Loan Fraud. “President Obama had a great idea back in 2010: nationalize the student loan program, and its problems would soon go away. It didn’t happen. Instead, more people are refusing to pay their student loans than ever before.... By taking over the student loan […]