Another bipartisan federal bill targets income-share agreements - Jeremy Bauer-Wolf, Higher Ed Dive

Bipartisan federal legislation reintroduced this week would place new restrictions on income-share agreements, a controversial tool for financing a college education. Income-share agreements, or ISAs, allow college graduates to pay back their tuition and fees with a set percentage of their income over an established timeframe. But critics say the terms of these deals are often murky, lack government oversight and may saddle students with even more debt.

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