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Helpful Resources

Ask Doctor Debt - A resource for consumers with questions about paying debts.

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) - Information and resources to help consumers protect and manage their finances.

U.S. Department of Education - Information for federal student loan borrowers.

Equifax  |  Experian  |  Innovis  |  TransUnion - National consumer credit reporting bureaus.