Social Security helps give aging and disabled Americans peace of mind. No matter how destitute we become, Social Security is meant to give us some measure of confidence that we will be able to get by. Social Security and other federal benefits are not as secure as they used to be. A
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is requesting information about ways to provide relief for private student loan borrowers. Comments must be received on or before April 8, 2013. This is a critical opportunity for borrowers and their advocates to provide input on stud
More than two years have passed since the Department of Education pulled the private collection agency handbook off of its web site and as far as we can tell, the handbook has yet to reappear in public. (You can find the old handbook from 2009 on our site). The Department does have
When we released our “Finding a Way Out” report five years ago, we were extremely concerned about the lack of reliable and affordable resources for financially distressed student loan borrowers. Unfortunately, the situation has not improved despite the increased numbers o
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