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Student loans become more manageable

More than 80 percent of students attending a four-year institution are borrowing money from the government. Carolina Gallardo, a freshman business major from Del Rio, said that the current cost of attending a four-year university is far too high. Most … Continue reading

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Are Student Loans Worth It? Evidence From Graduates

Source: Images Money/Flickr Should you borrow to go to college? It’s just one of countless decisions you’ll make about your education, and one of the most confusing. Borrowing could potentially open doors, but it might also backfire later. So what … Continue reading

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Student Loans System Could Impload in a Financial “Black Hole”

As you bright-eyed, bushy-tailed Freshers begin your university adventure, you’re undoubtedly keen and excited for what is to come – interesting lectures, great facilities at the union, being involved in societies, making new friends, socialising and being independent. But there’s … Continue reading

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How to Pay Off Your Student Loans

The first bill has arrived in the mail and the grace period is over. You have to pay your student loans. Whether you borrowed just a little bit or a lot, whether you have a job or not, there is … Continue reading

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The No. 1 reason not to attend a for-profit college

Want to make good on your student loans? You may want to steer clear of for-profit colleges. A study released this week by The Institute for College Access Success, an independent nonprofit dedicated to making higher education more available and … Continue reading

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Who's Not Repaying Student Loans? More People Than You Think

Clare McCann at New America co-authored this post. The share of student loans in default is starting to decline. That’s the news out this week from the Department of Education. Media outlets devoted a lot of coverage to the annual … Continue reading

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Student Loan Defaults Vary Wildly by State

By Sarah Portlock and Matt Stiles CONNECT Across the U.S., the share of Americans defaulting on their student loans shortly after leaving school fell in the past year. But the performance of borrowers varied greatly among the states. Fewer borrowers … Continue reading

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Declining default rate for repaying student loans

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Education Department on Wednesday reported a drop in the percentage of people who are defaulting on repaying student loans in the first years after they are due. More than 4.7 million borrowers began paying back in … Continue reading

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National Debt Relief Explains Consolidating Federal Student Loans Into With A Private Lender

National Debt Relief there are private lenders offering as low as 4.75% [interest rate] Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA (PRWEB) September 26, 2014 National Debt Relief shares in a recent article published September 24, 2014 how student loan borrowers can weigh … Continue reading

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The #1 reason NOT to attend a for-profit college

Want to make good on your student loans? You may want to steer clear of for-profit colleges. A study released this week by The Institute for College Access Success, an independent nonprofit dedicated to making higher education more available and … Continue reading

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