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Politico

The spiraling costs of a student loan relief program - Politico
Politico
When Congress created a program in 2007 to forgive student loans of people who work in public service for 10 years, the expectation was that the program ...

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CNBC

Schneiderman: We can't let students be 'victimized' by loan providers
CNBC
Eric T. Schneiderman's office is launching an investigation into National Collegiate Student Loan Trusts.

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National Real Estate Investor

Securing a CRE Loan: A Field Guide
National Real Estate Investor
There's a popular misconception that it's more difficult to get a commercial real estate loan today than it was 10 years ago. While it's true that in the post-recession environment lenders have narrowed their loan criteria dramatically, the past two ...



Press TV

Student loan debt up more than 450% since 2003 | Fox Business
Fox Business
While total U.S. household debt in the first quarter of 2017 surpassed its $12.68 trillion peak reached during the recession, according to data from the New York ...
PressTV-457% rise in US student loan debt since 2003Press TV

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Forbes

Eight Tips For Budgeting While Struggling With Student Loan Payments
Forbes
With the annual cost of college education rising steadily over the past 20 years, student loan debt has climbed to a jaw-dropping $1.34 trillion in the United States, spread out among 44 million people, according to New York Federal Reserve statistics ...



Says college defaulted on loan while Jane Sanders was president
Brattleboro Reformer
Says college defaulted on loan while Jane Sanders was president. Posted Friday, July 21, 2017 9:03 pm. By Morgan True, VTDigger. BURLINGTON — Republican activist and attorney Brady Toensing is challenging an assertion by Jane Sanders that she left ...

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New York Times

A Loan Fright - The New York Times
New York Times
A reader recalls a personal experience with student loans.

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NPR

Private Student Loans: The Rise And Fall (And Rise Again?)
NPR
Five billion dollars in outstanding private student loan debt may be forgiven because of poor record keeping by financial companies, an investigation by The New York Times found this week. Loan balances are being erased and lawsuits thrown out because ...
New York Attorney General Opens Inquiry Into Student Loan CollectionNew York Times
This epic clerical error could wipe out $5 billion in student loan debtCNBC
Billions in Student Debt Could Be Erased Because of Missing Paperwork. Here's How to Tell If You're AffectedMoney Magazine
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Jalopnik

How Subprime Car Loans Are Ruining Lives And Repeating The ...
Jalopnik
Things felt like they were finally turning around for Aaron Woodrum in March 2015 after several months of unemployment. The 38-year-old had fallen behind on ...

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Loan revenue surge bolsters Capital Bank's second-quarter profit
Winston-Salem Journal
The biggest factor for Capital was another sharp increase in loan income related to its $350 million acquisition of CommunityOne Bancorp of Charlotte, which was completed in October. Capital gained 13 branches in the Triad and Northwest North Carolina ...

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