Report: Obama student debt-relief payment plan 'windfall' to wealthy borrowersThe Raw Story
Oct. 22, 2012
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A new report from the independent think tank the New America Foundation released Tuesday provides a sobering analysis of a much-touted Obama administration plan to offer repayment of student loans adjusted to one’s income. The report found that the debt-relief plan actually offers the “unnecessary” help to higher-income students, while students making less than $25,000 a year will only see their payments shrink “by as little as $5 and not more than $20″ a month.