Student loan borrowers face breakdowns and delays in applying for repayment plans that feature loan forgiveness or interest subsidies, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said in a report released Monday.

The problems in two federal student loans programs could result in 200,000 struggling borrowers defaulting on their loans in the next two years despite being eligible for an income-drive repayment plan, the agency estimated.

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