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Is Now The Best Time To Refinance Your Student Loan?

Refinancing your student loan debt can make a lot of sense, especially if you have private student loans. Currently, interest rates are still near historical lows, and if you have good credit, you may be able to significantly lower your … Continue reading

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Miles Teller still hasn’t paid off his student loans

Miles Teller is just like you. The “Whiplash” star made a surprising admission that despite starring in a number of hit movies, he has yet to pay off his student loans. “My business manager says the interest is so low, … Continue reading

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What's the Difference Between Your Student Loan's Interest Rate & APR?

When it comes to student loans, most people are curiously uncurious about the interest rate they’re being offered. It makes sense to some extent — after all, federal loans, which make up the majority of outstanding education debt, only offer … Continue reading

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

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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Wonkblog: Piketty to U.S: Fix your student debt crisis

French economist Thomas Piketty speaks to students and guests during a presentation at King’s College, central London, on April 30, 2014. Piketty said that he hoped to create a “more informed fight” about the issue of income inequality as he … Continue reading

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Miles Teller Still Hasn't Paid Off His Student Loans, Despite Starring in Blockbuster Films

The New York Times recently reported that in the U.S. there is approximately a debt of $1 trillion in student loans. But chances are that the majority of those students trying to pay off their school costs didn’t recently star … Continue reading

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Ted Cruz invokes his student loans, but will he help others with theirs?

When Texas Sen. Ted Cruz kicked off his campaign for President on Monday morning, he wanted the audience of college students gathered for his announcement at Liberty University to know he is just like them. While recounting his biography (inexplicably … Continue reading

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MN college cost concerns drive a legislative rush at the Capitol

This could be the Year of the Consumer in Minnesota higher education. State lawmakers from both parties have introduced dozens of bills responding to worries over the rising price of college and the struggles of graduates trying to pay off … Continue reading

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Defeating student-loan debt collectors

Everyone has secrets, but when they are major financial non-disclosures, they can have serious consequences. Article source: Article Source

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Defeating student-loan debt collectors

Everyone has secrets, but when they are major financial non-disclosures, they can have serious consequences. Article source: Article Source

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