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Jeff Crossman

I saw one client with several hundred thousand dollars in student loans with absolutely no way out--even bankruptcy was not an option. Where do you think these defaults are headed? Will this problem worsen into a crises forcing Congress' hand to change the bankruptcy laws? Will banks stop/slow lending to students due to an increasing default rate? It's an interesting issue to watch--like knowing a car crash is about to happen.

Toni Kangas

Student loan in different parts of the world is not yet been an issue specially in Finland country the level of student loan is still in normal,puke level seem really bad but for sure there are still some alternative way of solution about it.

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