5 Proposals To Solve $1 Trillion College Loan Crisis
from USA Today
Outstanding student loans topped $1 trillion last year, exceeding the total amount of credit card debt. Thousands of borrowers are postponing getting married, buying a home or having children until their debts are paid off. Defaults are rising, which typically leads to larger loan balances. And the problem isn't limited to young adults. Some borrowers are older adults who went back to school. Others are parents who co-signed loans for their children. There's widespread agreement that student debt is a problem, but there's little consensus on how to solve it. Here's a look at five proposals to provide relief for existing borrowers or prevent the crisis from getting worse.
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