‘I find it appalling that there is no protection.’ My mom cosigned student loans for my sister, who is now disabled. Now mom is struggling to pay. Is there a glimmer of hope here?

How to get out of student loan debt. Getty Images/iStockphoto Question: My mom cosigned my sister’s student loan for her

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‘I’m in dire need of help.’ I have $140K in student loans, and recently had to quit my job making $125K because I have anxiety. What should I do?

How to tackle student loan debt Getty Images Question: “I need serious help. I’m a 39-year-old single man with over

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‘I’m worried for my children.’ I’m a nurse with a stable job and never take vacation, but drowning in $106K in student loan debt. What should I do?

Getty Images/iStockphoto Question: I have a graduate degree in nursing and a stable job, but I’m still $106,000 deep in

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‘I fear I will die with the debts.’ I’m a 60-year-old veteran who took out student loans for my child. Years later, I still owe $36K. What should I do?

Getty Images/iStockphoto Question: I’m a U.S. Army veteran, and I’ve been paying the loans I took out to send my

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‘I couldn’t even use the degree.’ I racked up $80K in student loans, but only make $40K a year. How to get out of student loan debt faster

Getty Images/iStockphoto Question: “I have high student loan debt, about $80,000 in total. When I got the loans, I thought

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I haven’t even finished my master’s degree and already have $200K in student loans. I am ‘barely getting by’ making $35K a year and living with my ex-boyfriend. How can I tackle this debt?

Getty Images/iStockphoto Question: I have over $200,000 in student loan debts, most of it lent by the federal government, but

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Unemployment benefits ended for millions of Americans. These extended pandemic programs may provide help

People wait in line in Louisville, Kentucky, as Kentucky Labor Cabinet reopened 13 regional Career Centers for in-person unemployment insurance

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These legislative proposals may affect your wallet. What to watch for this fall

Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., second from right, speaks at a news conference in Washington, D.C., on July 28, 2021. Stefani

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