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Author(s):Baum, S. and Schwartz, S
Title:How much debt is too much? Definting benchmarks for manageable student debt
Organization:College Board
Short Description:A paper which "examines current perceptions of "manageable" debt burdens" with the purpose of informing others on this issue and guiding programs designed to relieve excessive debt burdens.
Annotation:In this paper, the authors "examine current perceptions of "manageable" debt burdens. The authors establish a range of empirically-derived thresholds with the intent to provide better advice to students and to inform the design of loan forgiveness and debt management programs intended to relieve excessive debt burdens.
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Financial Aid
Loan Forgiveness Programs

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