Should Student Loans be Subject to Bankruptcy?


There are certain types of debts that you cannot be forgiven of even under bankruptcy, such as child support and tax debt. Another such debt is student loans. When students take on too much debt in the form of student loans to obtain their degree, they may not have the means to repay these loans even when they graduate and start earning a living. The problem is compounded when these loans are taken from private lenders (as opposed to government backed loans).

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