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A primer on the albatross of the student loan

Writer Jay Gabler, who I’m happy to say is a public radio colleague, pretty well sums up the student loan situation, which generally gets very little sympathy from the older crowd for some reason. He writes today on The Financial … Continue reading

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Here's why successful, 28-year-old actor Miles Teller still hasn't paid off his NYU student loans

Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images Miles Teller is one of the most in-demand young actors. The 28-year-old starred in 2014’s Oscar-nominated “Whiplash” and this year appears in two giant franchise films, “Insurgent” and “Fantastic Four.” Additionally, he already has six big … Continue reading

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Even the rich and famous still have student loan debt

Soon, disclosing how much student debt you have may be as commonplace as talking about where you went to college. “Whiplash” star Miles Teller made headlines this week when he told New York Magazine’s entertainment site, Vulture, that he still … Continue reading

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How to get best deal on private student loan for college

Private student loans get a bad rap. Their repayment terms are not as flexible as federal student loans. You generally need good credit to qualify. And interest rates often are variable, which means costs can go up if rates start … Continue reading

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What To Do If You Can't Repay Your Student Loans

Student loan debt is a very real thing and many people are finding it hard to make their monthly payments. While it may seem like a daunting task, there are ways to make the repayment process work in your favor. … Continue reading

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Student Loan Debt: Little Known Laws Could Cost You Big

DALLAS – Student Loans! Yeah, just the phrase alone probably ticked a lot of you off. But some little-known laws in 22 states might make you even madder — and Texas is one of them. Turns out in these states, … Continue reading

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Stars are just like us! They have student debt

Soon, disclosing how much student debt you have may be as commonplace as talking about where you went to college. “Whiplash” star Miles Teller made headlines this week when he told New York Magazine’s entertainment site, Vulture, that he still … Continue reading

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Overcharged for your student loan? Tax delays mean £40m is wrongly deducted each year

Graduates typically overpay by £570 a year due to an ‘antiquated’ repayments process. Those owed money should act now to claim The Treasury claws an extra £40 million each year from graduates who are being overcharged on their student loan … Continue reading

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If I marry you, do I marry your student loans?

Is it true if I marry my boyfriend that his student loan debt becomes mine too? –Rennette Fortune @RFortuneMedia viaTwitter. Short answer: No. His student loan debt is his alone and his payment history for those loans stays on his … Continue reading

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Fitch: Private Student Lenders Get Little Boost in House Budget

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)– The Federal budget outline put forward by Republicans in the US House of Representatives last week proposing limits on Pell Grants would provide little boost to private student loan demand, should the education proposals become appropriations later … Continue reading

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