If your student debt disappeared, would you save more for retirement?

MarketWatch
By Alessandra Malito
Published June 29, 2019

Financial advisers see the struggles student loans have put on their clients, and said it’s gotten worse in the last few decades. “The realities are the American dream of going to college and getting an education have come with a hefty payment that students don’t realize until they start getting those statements postgraduation,” said Bill Brancaccio, co-founder of Rightirement Wealth Partners in West Harrison, N.Y.

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