Student borrowers are a tempting target, given that there are about 40 million of them who collectively owe more than $1.2 trillion. That total includes more than 8 million who are in default on federal or private student loans.
Student borrowers are a tempting target, given that there are about 40 million of them who collectively owe more than $1.2 trillion. That total includes more than 8 million who are in default on federal or private student loans. Rick Nease MCT
Student borrowers are a tempting target, given that there are about 40 million of them who collectively owe more than $1.2 trillion. That total includes more than 8 million who are in default on federal or private student loans. Rick Nease MCT

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