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Permanently Disabled People Eligible for Total Federal Student Loan Forgiveness

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The Obama administration is rolling out plans to forgive the federal student loan debt of people who are designated as permanently disabled by the Social Security Administration. This is estimated to forgive about $8 billion in federal student loans and assist debtors who are permanently disabled from having benefits garnished and forcing them through struggles with their student loans. The ... Read More »

    Disabled, Maxed Out, and Want Good Credit. – Kathy

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    “Dear Steve, Credit cards are maxed out and living expenses keep going up. I am current on all bills. I use to work 2 jobs and had plans to be debt free by Sept. 2011, became disabled a little over 2 yrs ago and now am on a fixed income. I don’t want to harm my credit any more than ... Read More »

      I’ve Been on the Care One Debt Management Program For Two Years. I’m on Disability. – Laurel

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      Laurel “Dear Steve, I’ve been enrolled in Care One debt management program for over two years for 4 credit cards which all are over $1400.00 I am on Permanant disability and live in New York. I am getting to the point where I don’t know how long I can stick out this situation as its a toss up between food, ... Read More »

        I’m 21, Permanently Disabled and Trying to Deal With My Credit Cards. – Anna

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        “Dear Steve, My name is anna I am a 21yr old women trying to get on my feet. I am recently perm. disabled and behind on credit card payments at least 3-6 months. I only recive a monthly income of $570.00. I live with family but have to provide my own food/personal items. I have no bank account (since the ... Read More »

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