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  • USA Funds cancelled the offset to collect my tax return. BUT...

    THE SHORT STORY:
    I've already finished my taxes this year. My tax return's current status shows that an offset has been applied and intercepted my tax return. USA FUNDS sent me a letter stating they have sent a request to the government to cancel the offset since I just consolidated my loans and...
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    Last edited by AAF08; 03-12-2016, 06:33 PM. Reason: Add Tags

  • What does this mean:Sallie Mae: There will be no arrears at the time of reactivation.

    Greetings, Everyone!

    As I was researching about student loans POST CH7, I came across this from NOLO:

    "There will be no arrears at the time of reactivation."

    I really hope this means what I'm thinking. Does this mean that even if I was a couple...
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  • Can filing BK stop my tax refund from being taken for student loans?

    I am in Michigan. I have student loans, which are in default, from years ago. I haven't worked in a few years. This year I am working but not making much. I have been contemplating filing BK for a while. If I file bk before or right after I file taxes next year, would my taxes still get taken for my...
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    Last edited by MIGirl; 10-18-2014, 12:30 PM. Reason: my state

  • 4bees
    started a topic Pro-se, Auto-stay, Sallie Mae

    Pro-se, Auto-stay, Sallie Mae

    Since filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy pro-se in December, I was under the understanding that an automatic stay entered into place whereby a creditor is required to cease collection efforts against me. Since that time, I have been receiving non-stop calls and letters from Sallie Mae and their guaranty...
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  • Student loans came due this month - need advice please

    We are 24 months into our Ch. 13 with 3 years to go. My husband was in school for his Masters when we filed. Our plan is actually very, very accommodating and we are able to put a nice chunk into savings each month, and I planned to make the payments outside the plan when I thought they would be between...
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  • Student Loans: “When You’re in a Hole, Stop Digging,” Appeals Court Agrees

    "The Eighth Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Panel upheld a lower court’s ruling discharging $204,525.00 in student loans, despite the lender’s argument that the debtor could have continued her education and sought higher-paying employment as a chiropractor.

    Shaffer v. U.S Department...
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  • missfontella
    started a topic Student loans were discharged?

    Student loans were discharged?

    I am highly confused, as I usually am by the time I decide to ask you guys question.

    Okay so, I have paid attention on the forum and I know that student loans are not dischargeable in chapter 13 bankruptcy unless you can prove undue hardship.

    But I was wondering if that...
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  • Spouse filing 7 alone, Do we include my income and debts for Means test

    Husband has 1 rental foreclosure property (payment approx. $900 mo., it was our primary residence 3 years ago but husband had to relocate from Minnesota to North Carolina. We rented it out to 3 different renters. Each of them lost their jobs. We now rent out for just a small payment ($325) and...
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  • Inheritance - How long? Payment of certain debts BEFORE chap. 7??

    I have known for a while that I will need to file chapter 7. I had a medical condition with my kidneys that just racked up thousands worth of medical bills. I can't pay it. It's been about 4 years now. I live in Minnesota, and they sue (and arrest you if you don't show to court, despite never being...
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  • keepinitreal
    started a topic Pending student loan defaults

    Pending student loan defaults

    I'm reaching the end of my 3-year unemployment deferments on Federal loans (Parent PLUS) for my 2 children that I began borrowing in 2004 and ended in 2009 when I was laid off.

    I'm still unemployed and in my mid-50's. I'm married and the loans are in my name only.

    My wife...
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  • adm
    started a topic Adversary/Pro Se

    Adversary/Pro Se

    Hi!

    So, I owe about $175K in student loans, $28K of which are private. Am current with loans (was continually deferring feds or paying $50/m). I was discharged from Ch.7 in Sept'10 and we filed an adversary proceeding to try & eliminate or reduce my student loan debt. I have a good...
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  • Need advice having debt nightmares and being sued.

    I will try to keep this as short as possible. I really need some sound advice because I am literally waking up in the middle of the night because I am so worried about this.

    First a little back story:
    My name is Tasha, I'm 22 years old, I work as a CNA (10 dollars per hour),...
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  • A Lesson in Freedoms – 4th of July 2011: The Register Makes New Findings on an .....

    July 4, 2011

    A Lesson in Freedoms – 4th of July 2011: The Register Makes New Findings on an Old Problem

    The Register publishes very controversial study comparing Civil War era slavery with Student Loan default – but justifies this study due to recent alarmingly sharp increases...
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  • New Law Early Buyout question - Student loans

    Hello everyone (this is my first post). I have been reading up on the early buyout option and see that the plan must be paid back at 100% to do a early payoff after 36 months.

    My situation

    When I filed, it was to keep my vehicle. My bills were not behind, for the most part,...
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  • NSH
    started a topic Yet another Student Loan BK Question!

    Yet another Student Loan BK Question!

    Okay, I know that student loans are not discharagable in a Chapter 7, but I read somewhere that there is a new law (well new as in a year or two old) in the works that would make it easier to discharge student loans if it is passed. I Googled it and am continuing to do some research, but I figured that...
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