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Bankrupt B.C. man can’t escape repaying his student loans, judge rules

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — A former university student who declared bankruptcy must repay his student loans, a B.C. Supreme Court judge has ruled. The decision by Justice Geoffrey Gaul overturns an earlier ruling by a B.C. Supreme Court master, who determined … Continue reading

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Peer-to-Peer Lender SoFi Planning Its Largest Sale of Securities

Social Finance Inc. is planning to sell $313.8 million of securities backed by student loans, the largest bond offering yet from a firm that extends credit to consumers through an approach known as marketplace or peer-to-peer lending. The notes are … Continue reading

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Darien Rowayton Bank Lowers Loan Rates for Student Refinance Loans, Saving Graduates Even More on Their Education Debt

DARIEN, Conn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Darien Rowayton Bank (DRB), a market leader in providing low rate student refinancing loans to working professionals with both undergraduate and graduate degrees, announced reduced interest rates to as low as 1.97 percent for its student loan … Continue reading

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Judge says bankrupt B.C. man can't escape repaying student loans

KAMLOOPS – A former university student who declared bankruptcy must repay his student loans, a B.C. Supreme Court judge has ruled. The decision by Justice Geoffrey Gaul overturns an earlier ruling by a B.C. Supreme Court master, who determined Douglas … Continue reading

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Fitch Comments on SLM Omnibus Amendment to Servicing Agreements

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Fitch Ratings currently maintains ratings on student loan bonds issued by Sallie Mae (collectively referred to as the SLM Trusts, full list detailed below). Navient has notified Fitch of the Omnibus Amendment to Servicing Agreements, executed in … Continue reading

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Consumer Alert: Con artists turn student loans into personal cash machine in financial aid scam

Millions of students rely on loans to get them through college, but one team of con artists turned student loans into a cash machine for themselves, until they got caught. Husband and wife team, Ronzell and Stephanie Mitchell, are behind … Continue reading

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National use of student loans increases

By Brandi Walker | Published 8 hours ago UA students, along with many others in the U.S., are still suffering from debt resulting from student loans, particularly as the numbers rise.  Data from the Project on Student Debt shows that … Continue reading

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How Are Student Loans Affecting the Well-Being of Young Adults?

Contact Information <!– –> Available for logged-in reporters only <!– –> Newswise — When it comes to what stresses out young adults, student loan repayment is often at the top of the list. As annual student loan borrowing has become … Continue reading

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Cuomo calls for student loan forgiveness among other higher education initiatives

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s proposals Wednesday to bolster higher education included forgiving student loans for recent graduates living in New York, providing free tuition for students who commit to teaching after they earn their degrees and increasing spending by $50 … Continue reading

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Are politicians waking up to the student-loan crisis?

Could the nationwide discussion on college costs and student loans be reaching a tipping point? And could that lead to a new era of affordability and reduced payments? That’s what those who track the issue are asking in light of … Continue reading

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