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Credit scores are the standard by which the financial sector measures the probability that borrowed money, secured or not, will be repaid by the borrower. Every financial transaction plays a part in the calculation of the … [Read More...]
Finding student loans without a cosigner can be difficult, but not impossible. Student loans are the first type of debt that many young consumers become familiar with. This year, the bad economy along with rising tuition … [Read More...]
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Adam Levin wrote a long, comprehensive article on how to fix the student loan system. In the article, Adam references the plan that Congressman Tom Petri has introduced to try and tackle the problem of student … [Read More...]
Bill Bennett wrote a great article on CNN that went into detail regarding the student loan debt crisis that is at hand. He explains in the article how nearly 1 in 5 households have some form of college loan debt and that … [Read More...]
The topic of student loan repayment has been a hot topic over the past few years. With the federal government having so much control and there being so much debt that has accumulated, no one really seems to know the best way … [Read More...]
John Hechinger wrote an article detailing the new college loan collection that is set to be introduced to congress in the very near future. The bill would require employers to start taking student loan payments directly … [Read More...]
Market Watch published a great article today detailing how student loans that are 90 days or more past due are up from 8.9% to 11% with new data just released today. This is the highest number since 2003 when this data … [Read More...]