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Author(s):Student Loan Borrower Assistance Project
Title:Too small to help: The plight of financially distressed private student loan borrowers
Source:http://www.studentloanborrowerassistance.org/up...
Date:2009
Organization:Student Loan Borrower Assistance Project
Short Description:This report focuses on financially distressed student loan borrowers, examining how lenders are dealing with the increasing private student loan delinquencies and why.
Annotation:This report focuses on financially distressed student loan borrowers, examining how lenders are dealing with the increasing private student loan delinquencies and why. The report then asks what else could and should be done to help borrowers get out from under debilitating debt loads.
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Borrowing/Student Debt
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Financial Aid

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