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Should I Just Wait for My Social Security Income to be Garnished for the Student Loans? – Mari

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“Dear Steve, I am 69 years old and live on Social Security. I returned to school 2 years ago and recently graduated with an Associates of Science degree. I have difficulty in finding a job in my field which is Early Childhood Education. Additionally, I have arthritis on my left hip and my left knee and leg pain terribly to ... Read More »

    Can My Social Security Be Garnished for Student Loans if it is Already Being Garnished? – Deborah

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    I am a 51 yr old mom of a 9 year old and live with my disabled (no income yet) fiance. I drew Social Security Disability for years & worked my way off of it. I reported to SS that I had returned to work and assumed they would let me know when I was close to making too much ... Read More »

      The Garnishment of My Mother’s Social Security for the Student Loan Just Stopped. – Erin

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      “Dear Steve, I’m wondering if anyone in your organization has knowledge of a process change regarding student loan/social security garnishment. My elderly mother lives off of her social security income and for the past few years it has been garnished for repayment on a student loan she co-signed for my brother about 20 yrs. ago. Two days ago she was ... Read More »

        Can My Social Security Check be Garnished for Student Loan Payments? – Sherry

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        “Dear Steve, I am 70 years old and live on Social Security. I have a small student loan that is very difficult if even possible to make. Can my Social Security Check be attached for the payments? Sherry” Dear Sherry, If it is a government backed student loan then yes, your social security check can be garnished. Please update me ... Read More »

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