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What the Navient Lawsuit(s) Means For Your Student Loans

Two lawsuits against the country's largest student loan servicer, Navient, could have an impact on your loans.
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15 February 2017

Two lawsuits against the country’s largest student loan servicer, Navient, could have an impact on your loans.

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Progress and Bipartisan Agreement on Helping Keep Student Loan Payments Affordable

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15 February 2017

the Department of Education and the Department of Treasury means borrowers are on step closer to having a more streamlined annual process to keep their federal student loan payments affordable.

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CFPB Sues Navient, Formerly Sallie Mae, for Cheating Borrowers

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19 January 2017

The CFPB will sue the nation’s largest servicer of both federal and private student loans, Navient, for “systematically and illegally failing borrowers at every stage of repayment.”

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How Enrolling in an Income-Driven Repayment Plan Saved My Life

Thanks to a random conversation at work, Paul's monthly student loan payment decreased by 30 percent.
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18 January 2017

I thought it was my loan servicer’s job to educate me on all the repayment options available to me, but I never would have known that programs like PSLF or Income-Driven Repayment (IDR) existed, let alone that I would qualify for them, unless I had vented to a coworker about how frustrated I was with my high monthly payments.

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Our Recusal Letter: Why 5 Senators Shouldn’t Be Able To Vote on DeVos

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12 January 2017

We’ve spent the last few weeks digging into Betsy DeVos’s political contributions and found that 21 senators, including 5 on the Senate HELP Committee, took over $200k… Read more

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