A recent lawsuit filed by the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau accused Navient Corp., the nation's largest servicer of both federal and private student loans, of systematically misleading borrowers by providing them with bad information, processing payments incorrectly and using deception to direct borrowers away from plans offering lower monthly payments.
With President Donald Trump's election and a Republican-controlled Congress, there may be several changes this year in Washington that could impact your student loans. Here are 7 student loan changes to watch for in 2017 and what you need to know.
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