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March 24, 2010


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Well........... thanks for sharing such a great information with us....I like it.... and i must be agree with this Student loans are not usually going to be discharged in bankruptcy. It is little bit difficult, but not impossible i think....., if you can show that payment of the debt you will impose an undue hardship on you and your dependents easily.....!!!!

George E. Bourguignon, Jr.

This issue, having to think twice about whether taking on student loans is worth it, is just getting out there. This post correctly promotes this concern.

Frank Fredrich

Getting s student loan is a suicide for so many people. Who would know what's in store for then by the time they graduated. Whether they could get a better job to pay off their debts or not. I think this is something we should plan carefully before making a decision. wage garnishment

John Goldberg

This issue is really so important in our student life. Posing this issue in this site you have done a good job. Really great job. Thanks...
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