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Students warned against student finance fraudsters over festive period

Comments (0) STUDENTS are being warned that fraudsters will seek to steal their student finance over the festive period. The Student Loans Company is advising students to be vigilant against fraudsters sending phishing emails, aiming to access their second student finance … Continue reading

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Card borrowing lags while student, auto loans soar

In just four years, debt for student loans and cars has rocketed past credit card debt and continues to rise, while Americans’ total card debt is stuck back at levels from a decade ago, a Federal Reserve Bank of New … Continue reading

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More struggling to get handle on student loans

SAPPORO – An increasing number of students are struggling to pay education loans and more than 6,000 lawsuits were filed over the fallout in the 2013 academic year alone. Kazuya Fujishima, 29, a graduate student at Hokkaido University, owes some … Continue reading

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Jobless grad with student loans, $29,000 card debt ponders bankruptcy

Dear Opening Credits, I relocated to California two years ago and could not find a job. I was a full-time student and just graduated last week, but am still searching on the job market. During this time I have accumulated … Continue reading

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The Most Terrifying Student Loan Stat This Year Isn't Your Tuition Bill

It seems some college students need to work on their reading comprehension. Or their vocabulary. Whatever the problem is, some students aren’t grasping the concept of loans: 17% of first-year students who have federal student loans responded to a survey … Continue reading

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Avoid Losing Your Student Loan Eligibility

In addition to final exams, college students have something else to worry about this time of year: their financial aid for spring semester. While financial aid is generally calculated and scheduled in the fall for the full year, a student’s … Continue reading

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Mom who co-signed for student loans can't keep up payments

DEAR HARRY: My 81-year-old mother co-signed for my brother’s student loans. Unfortunately, he is no longer able to pay as a result of losing his job. Mother made a couple of payments, then fell behind. The loans are with her … Continue reading

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New MeasureOne Report Shows Continued Strong Performance Trends For Private Student Loans

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — MeasureOne, a specialized data company focused exclusively on student loan data, today released the third edition of its private student loan performance report.  The Private Student Loan Performance Report –Q3 2014 shows continued positive … Continue reading

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Adams man faces trial on charges of misusing stepdaughter’s student loans

A Butler County district judge ordered an Adams man Tuesday to stand trial on charges that he took out fraudulent private student loans in his stepdaughter’s name and deposited the money into his business account. Following a hearing before District … Continue reading

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American Student Assistance Partners with Illinois Student Assistance Commission to Help Reduce the Burden of Student …

BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)– As the nation searches for ways to address the growth of what is now $1.2 trillion in outstanding student loan debt, the answer may actually be in more education—financial education, that is, to both better inform students before … Continue reading

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