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Lower Rates on Student Loans for This Academic Year

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Judges Rebuke Limits on Wiping Out Student Loan Debt

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Revised Program Will Reduce Student Loan Repayments

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The Many Pitfalls of Private Student Loans

September 4, 2015 Your Money By TARA SIEGEL BERNARD Mallory Rego, the first member of her family to attend college, says she now sees that she put too much blind faith in the power of education. After graduating in 2008 … Continue reading

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Outspoken, American and a Woman: Afghanistan’s Only Foreign Litigator Stands Out

March 4, 2016 The Saturday Profile By DAVID JOLLY KABUL, Afghanistan — HAMSTRUNG by student loans and dismayed at her meager prospects for repaying them, Kimberley Chongyon Motley left the long hours and low pay of the Milwaukee public defender’s … Continue reading

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Tax Tips to Make College More Affordable

February 26, 2016 Your Money Adviser By ANN CARRNS With income tax season well underway, college students and their families should brush up on available tax benefits that can help lower their education costs. Families spend an average of $24,000 … Continue reading

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Viral Student Loan Nightmare Is Not What It Seems, Authorities Say

Paul Aker of Houston said armed deputy marshals showed up at his door over an old student debt. By KATIE ROGERS February 16, 2016 In a country where 40 million people owe upward of $1.2 trillion on their student loans, it’s not … Continue reading

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Bill Ackman Makes New Herbalife Claims, Calls Student Loans A Bubble Worry

Billionaire hedge fund manager Bill Ackman on Monday laid new siege against Herbalife Herbalife, alleging that top brass at the supplements seller are hiring their own defense counsel as regulators continue to scrutinize the company, which he calls a pyramid … Continue reading

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Q&A: 'Corinthian 100' strikers put spotlight on Education Department's loan discharge policies

By Kimberly Hefling And Jeff Horwitz, The Associated Press WASHINGTON – Students from the troubled Corinthian Colleges are getting support from state attorneys general and U.S. senators in their quest to have their federal student loans forgiven. The question is … Continue reading

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Q&A: Should the Education Department discharge loans?

WASHINGTON (AP) — Students from the troubled Corinthian Colleges are getting support from state attorneys general and U.S. senators in their quest to have their federal student loans forgiven. The question is what comes next. Discharging the debt of all … Continue reading

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