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How Can I Pay Off My Private Student Loans?

Part II:  What can people do when they have private student loan debt? Private loans don’t have any government programs like federal loans do – payments are not based upon income, there is no debt forgiveness and no protections for … Continue reading

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Wells Fargo Agrees to Pay Penalty for Allegedly Misrepresenting Quality of Loans

Mortgage Fraud Blog. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. and several of its affiliates (Wells Fargo) will pay a civil penalty of $2.09 billion under the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act of 1989 (FIRREA) based on the bank’s alleged origination … Continue reading

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Fastest Growing Consumer Debt: Personal Loans

We’re all familiar with the term personal loans. They fall into the category of consumer debt and are used for a myriad of applications including household repairs, to pay for educational or medical expenses, or to fund a small business. … Continue reading

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Don’t Let Your License Get Suspended Due to Non-Payment of Federal Student Loans

Florida is a state that allows professional licenses to be suspended for non-payment of federal student loans.  We had a client who came to us last month after having her LPN license suspended.  This is even worse than a garnishment.  … Continue reading

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Passport Revocation – Can this Occur if you are in Default on Your Student Loans?

U.S. Passports Can Now Be Revoked for Unpaid Taxes — Can this Expand to Include Unpaid Federal Student Loans? Right now no.  Although there are signs that U.S. Passport holders could face a revocation of their passports in the future … Continue reading

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