There is a massive albatross or weight around the necks of our children as they enter the workforce, burdened with student debt that impacts the quality of their lives.  

Education is the single highest investment most Americans make in their future. At the encouragement of society, school and parents, the goal is to acquire a college education with the thought of establishing financial security and a lifestyle of comfort and prestige: the purchase of a home, vacations, and money in the bank. 

Instead, too many college students are limited by the constraints of repaying their financial obligations and avoiding the negative impact on their credit. 

It’s time for a new game plan to tackle this monstrous problem.

One in 7 Americans (13.5%), or 45 million Americans, have student debt, according to an analysis of January 2022 U.S. Census Bureau data. Those 25- to 34-year-olds are more likely to hold student debt, but 35- to 49-year-olds owe the most.

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