What Happens When You Stop Paying Your Student Loans – U.S. News & World Report

  • July 9, 2018
  • By: Greenpath Financial Wellness
  • GreenPath Financial Wellness is a trusted national nonprofit with more than 60-years of helping people build financial health and resiliency. Our NFCC-certified counselors give you options to manage credit card debt, student loans and homeownership.

Featuring Chelsee Spencer, Financial Wellness Expert

In a perfect world, you’d have no student loan debt. And, if you did, you wouldn’t have taken on more debt than you could handle. Or you wouldn’t be facing financial setbacks that are making repayment of those loans a daunting task. If you’ve ever wondered what happens when you stop paying your student loans, we have some advice for you.

But the fact remains that, in 2017, the average student loan balance sat at $34,144 – a record high for the nation. And, on average, more than 3,000 people default on their federal loans every day, according to government data.

Read the entire article here on the U.S. News & World Report website.

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GreenPath Financial Wellness is a trusted national nonprofit with more than 60-years of helping people build financial health and resiliency. Our NFCC-certified counselors give you options to manage credit card debt, student loans and homeownership.