New Changes Coming to Student Loans

July 28, 2017 Posted by kingcade

Student loan debt now stands at a staggering $1.34 trillion in the U.S.  If you are not struggling with student loan debt, you probably know someone who is.  Student debt has surpassed auto loans and credit card debt.  But some big changes could be coming as to how the government handles them.

For one, the Education Department may consolidate the number of federal lenders.  Currently, there are nine.  This number could be reduced to just one. In the president’s submitted budget plan, the federal loan program would move from the Education Department to the Treasury Department.

Studies show students in 2016 graduated with an average of more than $37,000 in student loan debt, compared to ten years ago when it was just over $20,000.

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