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    If you are struggling to make the monthly payments on your student loans, consider an income driven repayment plan for your student loans. These programs should make your federal student loan payments more affordable, according to the Federal Student Aid [ . . . ]

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  • 10/14/17--18:27: We Hate Money — Spose
  • We hate money Broke people stand up If you lack cash, put a hand up We hate money And all the people getting paid Throw all your money on stage We hate money Dollars, cash, cheese Unless you’re gonna give [ . . . ]

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    Currently working its way through House of Representatives committees is H.R. 2366, the Discharge Student Loans in Bankruptcy Act of 2017. It’s always good to hope, but forget about discharging student loans in bankruptcy in the near future. On October [ . . . ]

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    In October 2017 the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) published a 50 State Snapshot of Student Debt. Since its formation, the CFPB has handled tens of thousands of complaints related to student loan lenders, servicers, and debt collectors. Student loan debt in [ . . . ]

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    A Report on the Economic Well-Being of U.S. Households (May 2017) by the Federal Reserve offers some key insights into the economic status of American consumers. The report makes several striking findings about student loans and financial well-being. College graduates are struggling financially [ . . . ]

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    On Friday, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) sent a gentle reminder to the nearly 40 million taxpayers who have yet to file their tax returns: do it now. Many people consider their tax refunds to be a sort of annual [ . . . ]

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    Jerome Powell, the new Federal Reserve Chairman, believes that we should bring back the bankruptcy discharge for student loans. For years, Lee Legal has advocated for the bankruptcy discharge for student loans. Before 1976, federal student loans could be discharged [ . . . ]

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