Student Loan News Round Up- Week of October 2, 2017

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Below you’ll find news articles related to student loan that have been handpicked from around the web for the week of October 1st – October 9th, 2017. Occasionally, you will find other debt related articles that we feel our visitors would benefit from.

This information is compiled from various news sources and is intended to be used for informational purposes only. Student Loan Professionals does not endorse or validate any particular article or news content listed below.

Here’s what happens if you default on your student loans—and how …
CNBC-Oct 9, 2017
The Institute for College Access and Success shows that 8.5 million borrowers were in … What happens when you don’t pay off your debt?

How this 28-year-old accountant paid off his $73K student loan debt …
ABC News-Oct 6, 2017
A 28-year-old accountant from North Carolina is debt free after paying off all his student loans in less than four years. Logan Marston, who lives …

The Key To Avoiding Student Loan Debt May Be Your Passport
Forbes-Oct 5, 2017
The Key To Avoiding Student Loan Debt May Be Your Passport … In fact, the increase of American students pursuing tuition-free German …

50% of millennials would give up this fundamental American right to …
CNBC-Oct 2, 2017
Although college graduates are more likely to vote than those without higher education, half, it seems, would still prioritize their immediate …

How student loans can follow you to the grave
Los Angeles Times-Oct 8, 2017
Private student loans, however, do limit how long lenders have to sue you over the debt. The time limit varies by state and is typically three to 10 …

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