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Sep 17, 2019
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Does the government make money from student loans?

by , and Aug 30, 2013
We hear all the time that student loan debt is on the rise, and isn't likely to slow down anytime soon. For all those federal loans, though, does the government really make any money?

Are student loans big money makers?

by , and Jul 31, 2013
It should be easy to figure out if the government makes money off of student loans. But it's not.

Doing the math on student loans

by , and Jul 11, 2013
As Congress bickers over the interest rates on student loans -- again -- the question is, why is this so hard to figure out?
By The Numbers

How to get rid of your student loans without paying

by Daryl Paranada Jul 5, 2013
Loan forgiveness and discharge programs may help ease -- or even erase -- your student loan burden.

Student debt: The burden on seniors

by Barbara Bogaev Jul 5, 2013
Most people think of student debt impacting folks in their 20s or 30s. But it's affecting older Americans as well.

'The government garnished my wages' -- Defaulting on college debt

by Barbara Bogaev Jul 5, 2013
Ignoring your problems rarely ever makes them go away. Anna learned that the hard way when the government started garnishing her wages after she defaulted on her student loan payments. But, she says, she's thankful it happened.

Dealing with a large amount of student debt

by Barbara Bogaev Jul 5, 2013
Two young adults share their stories of how student loan debt has impacted their lives since graduating from college.

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What the U.S. could learn from Australia's student loan program

by David Brancaccio Jul 1, 2013
Bruce Chapman, economist at the Australian National University in Canberra discusses Australia's “study now/pay later” student loan formula.

The ROI on that degree you just got

by Shannon Mullen Jun 10, 2013
Librarians and marriage counselors need more than three times as long to pay off college loans than lawyers, or those in advertising/marketing careers.

How to survive severe student loan debt

by Barbara Bogaev May 17, 2013
The new face of debt is young and worried. Student loans affect nearly 15 million Americans under the age of 30 and many debtors are facing tens of thousands of dollars in repayment.