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Student loan debt crisis:
How did we get here?
The student loan crisis is affecting millions of people throughout the U.S. and has become a major political issue over the past few years. The amount of student loan debt has now surpassed the amount of credit card debt in our country!
Failure to pay student loans results in severe penalties including wage garnishment, tax-offset, very high interest rates, inability to get more student loans, suspension of professional licenses and more.
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