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Blog Posts in August, 2015

  • Student Loan Forgiveness to Help Eligible Borrowers by 2017

    | 26-Aug-2015

    Student loans, held by as many as 43 million Americans, have the highest rate of default and delinquency rates of all consumer debts. This liability is worth a staggering $1.3 trillion, with the average student loan debt totaling approximately $33,000 per borrower. With borrowers facing growing demands in a tough labor market, many people are finding themselves swallowed by debt. After years of ...
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  • Making the Most of Bankruptcy: Eight Things to Do After Your File

    | 18-Aug-2015

    You just received your bankruptcy discharge; now it is time to start thinking about your future. With a solution to your debt, you may be wondering what to do next. Consider the eight steps listed below to move forward, rebuild your credit, and ensure a solid financial future. Retain copies of your bankruptcy paperwork. While it does not happen often, creditors may still try to collect on a debt ...
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  • Student Loan Debt Crisis Cripples Countless Americans

    | 14-Aug-2015

    Millions of Americans are struggling under mountains of student loan debt, often holding them back from their future prospects. Crippling debt is putting people’s lives on hold, and is having serious effects on the economy. With the continually rising costs of higher education across the nation, many students not only struggle to make ends meet in college, but continue to struggle for years ...
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  • Four Bankruptcy Myths Debunked

    | 7-Aug-2015

    Over one million people file for bankruptcy in the U.S. every year. Bankruptcy can be a good option for many people to help them settle their debts and regain their financial freedom. While there are plenty of good reasons why a person would choose this option, there are many inaccurate myths surrounding bankruptcy that make it seem as though bankruptcy is a sign of financial irresponsibility or ...
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