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This book strips the bark off another government-private industry scam.... The regulatory "capture" of DOE student loan offices, the rent-seeking behavior of the banking... Read morePublished 1 month ago by John A. Newman
If you have student loans and/or know anyone that does you'll likely want to read this. 90% of the time when someone can't pay their student debts the general public will say... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Dawn Devonshire
There's a lot of information condensed in this very readable little tome. I am hoping for a new, updated edition with current numbers and trends.Published 6 months ago by Bobby R. Blue
well-written and rather enlightening book. I read almost the whole thing. Definitely motivated me to handle my loans carefully.Published 8 months ago by Overtones
what a scam! every parent need to read this book!! It should be mandatory reading for high school students!!Published 9 months ago by Sherlock Holmes
Great service, fast shipping and book was exactly as described. What a great book as well!Published 10 months ago by Rae Lynn Hilliard
The should be required reading for high school graduate before signing thier first student loan
Congress and their political cronyism have taken away our children student loan... Read more
It's an extremely lean and concise book that touches on all major points regarding the student loan issue: the history of the issue, what's currently going on (which special... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Todd30
I graduated with a 4 year degree. It took me 9 years to get through 4 years of University. One class at a time. I worked full time and raised 2 babies. Read morePublished 17 months ago by R. L. Underhill