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Student Loans Can Suddenly Come Due When Co-Signers Die, A Report Finds

21 April 2014 3 views No Comment

“For students who borrow on the private market to pay for school, the death of a parent can come with an unexpected, added blow, a federal watchdog warns. Even borrowers who have good payment records can face sudden demands for full, early repayment of those loans, and can be forced into default,” according to The New York Times.


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