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How closing cards and student loans affects FICO scores

Dear Speaking of Credit, Will closing my credit cards, with a balance of zero, affect my credit score? Do student loans affect my credit score in any way? I’m not using my credit card to pay off my student loans. … Continue reading

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Fitch Affirms Panhandle-Plains Student Finance Corporation, 2001 Indenture of Trust's Ratings

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Fitch Ratings affirms the ratings on the class A and B notes issued from Panhandle-Plains Student Finance Corporation pursuant to the 2001 Indenture of Trust (PPSFC 2001). The Rating Outlook is maintained at Stable. KEY RATING DRIVERS … Continue reading

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Understand 4 Income-Driven Student Loan Repayment Plans

Congress is preparing to review existing legislation governing federal higher education programs, including federal student loans. One proposed change has been to streamline federal student loan repayment options down to one or two plans. Borrowers can choose from nearly 10 … Continue reading

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How a Deferred Student Loan Could Keep You From Buying a House

The cost of your education isn’t just evident in your student loan debt. No, in fact, there is an ulterior cost lurking in the mix: the possibility of being ineligible for a mortgage. If you have a deferred student loan, … Continue reading

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Corinthian Colleges, Hurting For Cash, Sells Student Loans

Corinthian Colleges, in the midst of winding down operations under an agreement with the Department of Education, still needs cash to keep going. But after selling a multimillion-dollar portfolio of student loans, the for-profit college operator has drawn a strong … Continue reading

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Career paths that will reduce or wipe out student loans

TAMPA (FOX 13) – As classes commence, college students are understandably queasy. Seasoned professors will challenge their thinking; peer pressure will tempt them; and debt will begin haunting them. “It worries me,” said University of South Florida Senior Leah Carroll. … Continue reading

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Avoid Student Loans: Tips To Pay For College Without Massive Debt

“We’ve been planning for a very long time,” says Stu Ackerman, a technologies manager at the Cheesecake Factory whose 16-year-old son Marshall is a few years away from college. The Ackermans are like a lot of families trying to provide … Continue reading

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Avoid Student Loans: Tips To Pay For College Without Massive Debt

“We’ve been planning for a very long time,” says Stu Ackerman, a technologies manager at the Cheesecake Factory whose 16-year-old son Marshall is a few years away from college. The Ackermans are like a lot of families trying to provide … Continue reading

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Help is on the way for some with student loans

If you are struggling with student loans that you took out before October 2007, there is a new, more generous option in the works that could help you manage your debt payments. Related News/Archive Many college grads seek work/life balance, … Continue reading

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Help is on the way for some with student loans

If you are struggling with student loans that you took out before October 2007, there is a new, more generous option in the works that could help you manage your debt payments. Related News/Archive Many college grads seek work/life balance, … Continue reading

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