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Can You Settle Private Student Loan Debt?

Student loan debt is the second most abundant type of debt in the United States, behind only mortgage loans. In fact, 70 percent of all college seniors who graduate have some form of student loan debt, with the average indebted … Continue reading

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FDIC Changes Deposit Insurance Rules For Mortgage Loan Securitizations

The Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 (the "Act") temporarily increased the standard maximum deposit insurance amount from $100,000 to $250,000, effective October 3, 2008, and ending December 31, 2009. After that date, barring further action by Congress and the … Continue reading

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How Can I Get Help with Student Loan Debt in New Jersey?

Student loan debt haunts countless individuals, often making them feel trapped. Many are generally unaware that there are actually some ways for these debts to be canceled or discharged, which can ultimately provide the financial relief they need. Below are … Continue reading

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Help us save Public Service Loan Forgiveness – and we do mean today!

If you want to make a difference to preserve Public Service Loan Forgiveness, this is that time, today’s the day. Tell your elected officials to oppose the PROSPER Act – now. The ABA got word that House Majority Whip, Rep. … Continue reading

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Key Differences Between Forbearance and Loan Modification

When a borrower is defaulting or about to default on a loan, the lender can offer to modify the loan agreement to allow the borrower to repay the debt and avoid the consequences of violating the agreement. Loan forbearance is … Continue reading

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