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Overseas student loans collection hits $100m

Hon Steven JoyceMinister for Tertiary Education, Skills EmploymentHon Todd McClayMinister of Revenue 16 April 2014 Media Statement Overseas student loans collection hits $100m Over $100 million of additional taxpayer money has now been collected from overseas-based borrowers in an initiative … Continue reading

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5 Reasons to Pay Attention During Your Student Loan Exit Interview

College seniors everywhere are getting excited for graduation. But if you’re among the majority of students who borrowed money to pay for college — more than 65 percent of graduates, in the latest year cited in a recent Department of … Continue reading

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The Dangers Of Defaulting On Student Loans

Copyright © 2014 NPR. For personal, noncommercial use only. See Terms of Use. For other uses, prior permission required. CELESTE HEADLEE, HOST: It’s college admissions season. So this spring, along with NPR’s Morning Edition, we’re bringing you stories to help … Continue reading

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Letters: Private colleges present the bill

It can hardly be a surprise that private colleges have rushed to expand their student numbers on the back of state-funded fee loans (College course subsidy spirals out of control, 19 November). This open goal has arisen from the government’s … Continue reading

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Province's write-offs are throwing good money after bad

Manitoba taxpayers were on the hook for over $110 million in provincial government write-offs over the past 10 years, including unpaid student loans, welfare fraud losses and corporate hand-outs gone bad. Every year the provincial government writes off millions in … Continue reading

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National Debt Relief Reveals How Student Loans Destroy The Future Of Consumers

National Debt Relief The rising student debt is not only endangering the borrower but also the rest of the country. Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA (PRWEB) April 12, 2014 On April 8, 2014, National Debt Relief published an article that discussed … Continue reading

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Student loans worth £900m to be sold off

The government is expected to press ahead with the sale of some of the student loan book – a decision that is likely to spark protests across university campuses because of fears that it will increase the financial burden on … Continue reading

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Marco Rubio Wants to Shift Student Loans from the Government to Investors

Gather round and listen, college kids: Marco Rubio wants to let private companies snap up a piece of your future salary as part of a plan to cut back on government-backed student loans. In what sounds like either the first … Continue reading

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Student fees policy could end up costing more than the system it replaced

The proportion of graduates failing to pay back student loans is increasing at such a rate that the Treasury is approaching the point at which it will get zero financial reward from the government’s policy of tripling tuition fees to … Continue reading

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Student debt crushes home-buying dream

11 April 2014 Last updated at 13:40 By Beth McLeod BBC News, Philadephia Please turn on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. ‘I’ll be paying my student loans until my son’s in college,” says Michael Nealis of the $64,000 debt … Continue reading

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