It has been termed “a uniquely American phenomenon.” And it is an always front-and-center issue for scores of millions of individuals and families across the country trying to make ends meet financially.
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We are a nation of debtors.
It just might be a lot easier for the country collectively if debt experts could identify and spotlight one above-all-others factor that starts the spiral of debt woes for legions of Americans. If it was student debt, for example, perhaps some heightened energy and focus could be expended on that scourge that would have a dramatic effect.
Perhaps it is harsh student loan exactions in one given case.
Economic challenges and financial stress are realities tightly tied to America’s younger generations.
Seemingly, it’s the bank that just keeps on giving to its customers.
Here’s a quick hint concerning the above-posed query in today’s blog headline: It’s not their new car.
Once burned, twice shy.
The national publication Modern Healthcare underscores the banding of national legislators a generation ago that at least paid lip service to cost-based reforms in the country’s insurance industry. It notes that congressional leaders of yesteryear were just as aware that changes needed to be made as they are these days.
You take out student loans so that you can embrace an opportunity for learning and future personal growth.