Monthly Archives: December 2015

Your Uncle Sam Is Largest Holder of Student Loan Debt. But Not Always

A recent article on student loan debt suggests that Uncle Sam has not always been the largest holder of student loan debt. According to Courtney Miller, NerdWallet in a USA Today December 21, 2015 article. Here is an exact copy … Continue reading

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Student Debt Perspective

Another Look at Student Debt Special Commentary by Wells Fargo Securities Dec. 17: Fears that student-loan debt has crippled the finances of young households have intensified since the Great Recession. The rapid increase in educational debt, estimated at $1.2 trillion, … Continue reading

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High Debt = Low Default?

Borrowers with low post completion debt after they complete their education often have a higher rate of delinquency and default than borrowers with higher loan amounts and the trend is occurring across geographic areas in the U.S., according to new … Continue reading

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Interactive Map Showing

A new interactive student debt map shows those living in low-income communities with low student loan balances are having a harder time repaying their debt than those carrying six-figure student debts and living in wealthier areas….read more here.

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DPI at FSA Training

Great to see our clients at Las Vegas FSA training. Never stop learning!!

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Federal Student Aid Fall Training Las Vegas

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