Student Loans

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In the United States, there are 45 million borrowers that owe almost $1.6 trillion in student loan debt. That number represents the second-highest category of consumer debt, with only mortgages exceeding it. A recent study titled “National Financial Capability Study” conducted by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority’s Investor Education Foundation…

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Student loans are great and offer millions of people opportunities that they would have never had otherwise. However, upon graduating, those same loans can feel crippling to people financially and make it actually seem as though they are actually preventing individuals from certain opportunities. The most ideal way to deal…

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Student loans allow more people to go to school and seize the opportunities that will get them further in life. However, they are also just like any other kind of debt. They typically start as a very big debt and, when they go unpaid, can become even more monstrous. When…

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It is no secret that an undergraduate or graduate degree can be expensive. For most students, the only way to afford to obtain either or both is to finance their education through student loans. Student loans may be private or federal. The distinction between both is that the federal loans…

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When you borrow money to attend school, you’ll need to pay it back, with interest. But what happens when you can’t make your monthly payments? After a certain amount of time, your loan will go into default, which can carry heavy consequences. To help you better understand why you should…

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Student loan debtors do have options in solving any problems with repaying student loans. If such debtors are overwhelmed or unable to afford a monthly payment, they should immediately contact the loan servicer. A qualified student loan attorney may also provide invaluable assistance. The servicer should provide information regarding any…

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The United States Middle District of Florida recently denied Navient Solutions, LLC motion for partial summary judgment based on the argument that student loan servicers servicing government student loans, like Navient Solutions, LLC, are not shielded from actions violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). This determination stems from the FCC’s…