Upper-middle class hit by student debt

Upper-middle class hit by student debt

Los Angeles : CA : USA | Aug 09, 2012 at 7:15 AM PDT
Source: United Press International
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Upper-middle-income families in the United States have taken on the biggest increase in student loan debt from 2007-10, Federal Reserve data indicated. Households with annual incomes of $94,535-$205,335 also saw a sharp increase in the amount of debt owed on average, The Wall Street Journal reported... FULL ARTICLE AT United Press International
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