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I Want the Department of Education to Get Their Sh*t Together

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Question: Dear Steve, I am not sure exactly who to direct this issue to, therefore, if you are not the correct person/dept, please advise. Well Over 20 years ago I took a student loan through the Department of Education to attend college. If I recall I made payments for some time after graduation in 1988. When I began teaching in ... Read More »

    I Have a Mental Problem That Leaves Me Unable to Pay My Student Loans

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    Question: Dear Steve, I have a mild psychiatric disorder, and I have my total and permanent disability form accepted. However, I found out that for a three year monitoring period, if I make money over the poverty level, in three years I will have to go back to paying it back. While I’m a responsible woman who can’t pay back ... Read More »

      Why Do I Have to Pay for Forgiven Student Loans in My Bankruptcy?

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      Question: Dear Steve, I have approximately, $144,000 in student loan debt and in 2011, had to file bankruptcy in Ala. My debt were about $34,000 and would be paid off on a 3 yr. plan. However, my attorney said that even though my student loans were not in default they must be included. Therefore, we went from a 3 yr ... Read More »

        I Am Mentally and Physically Disabled and Can’t Pay My Student Loans or Bills. – Callie

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        “Dear Steve, I am currently disabled due to both mental and physical ailments. These problems have been exacerbated by chronic unemployment (and therefore poor medical treatment) over the past six years. Now, I couldn’t even work if anyone did offer me a job. I receive state assistance because I am medically unable to work. I get $339 a month. I ... Read More »

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