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

CHICAGO–(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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National Debt Relief Talks About Parents Struggle With Direct PLUS Student Loans

National Debt Relief there are about 3 million Parent PLUS borrowers New York, NY (PRWEB) December 16, 2014 National Debt Relief recently shared in an article published December 13, 2014 on how parents are struggling with big Direct PLUS federal … Continue reading

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Corinthian Borrowers Can Catch a Break on Their Student Loans

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Private Student Loan Refinancing Carries Risks, Rewards

John Moye was tackling $40,000 in high-rate federal student loans when a friend pointed out that he might find lower rates elsewhere. An online search brought up SoFi, a company that lets borrowers refinance student loans through a network of … Continue reading

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How Do Student Loans Affect Your Credit Score?

Loan accounts are a big part of your credit score, but student loans are a somewhat special case. For example, while you are in school, you don’t have to make any payments. A question on many students’ minds is: How … Continue reading

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Julie Jason: Hope for those saddled with costly student loans

A 55-year-old reader I’ll call “Tim” wrote: “I wish I was making this up, and hope I will wake up from this nightmare. As a parent I carry so much guilt for wishing I could have advised [my son] better.” … Continue reading

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Viewers respond to reports on student loan options and teacher tenure

TRANSCRIPT HARI SREENIVASAN: And now to Viewers Like You. We begin with your comments on the conversation we had about student loans and the new options that allow borrowers to modify the terms of their loans. Panhead20 wrote: “When the … Continue reading

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National Debt Relief Talks About Paying Off Student Loans As An Investment

National Debt Relief owning a home is an alternative investment opportunity Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA (PRWEB) December 13, 2014 National Debt Relief recently talked about in an article published December 9, 2014 how millennials can look at paying off their … Continue reading

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Federal Watchdog Goes After Student Debt Relief Scams

It’s stressful enough to be a student saddled with college loans, without also having to worry that you could be the victim of a so-called student debt relief program that turns out to be a scam. The Consumer Financial Protection … Continue reading

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CFPB Sues Pay-for-Play Student Debt Relief Scammers for Preying on the Vulnerable

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