The costs of unpaid higher education contribution scheme debts of graduates working abroad
The Higher Education Contribution Scheme (HECS) is an income-contingent loan designed to collect tuition from Australian university students. The debt is collected on the basis of recorded incomes and, as a consequence, debtors living overseas will not re
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