The federal government promised to cancel the student loans of approximately 41,000 public employees and certain non-profit workers after ten years of payments as long as they worked in public service...
While the U.S. economy appears to be booming, with loads of new jobs and low unemployment figures, Americans themselves aren't exactly in a strong financial position. Indeed, Business Insider reports..
The daunting task of paying back astronomical student loans may soon be less taxing, California Congressman Scott Peters tells told Cheddar Tuesday. Rep. Peters (D-Calif.) has received 99 co-sponsors..
DATAMARK recently partnered with PHEAA, providing them with end-to-end digital mailroom and document management services. Through this partnership, DATAMARK expands its U.S. operations to include.. PRWeb - Published
American Consumer Credit Counseling explains the advantages of using a credit card
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Credit cards are a key financial tool if they are used responsibly and paid in.. PRWeb - Published
Millions of people across the country are owed money from the taxman, energy companies or from student loan overpayments. The Sentinel Stoke - Published Also reported by •Leek Post and Times •Staffordshire Newsletter
Some red flags emerged for the U.S. economy late last year as credit card inquiries fell, student-loan delinquencies remained high and riskier borrowers drove home automobiles, according to a report.. Reuters - Published
The move will put pressure on the Government’s budget, as the estimated 45 per cent of student loans that are not expected to be paid back will, from next autumn, count as public spending. MailOnline - Published Also reported by •BBC News
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Few documentarians are as much a part of the world they’re recording, as they are a part of documenting it. Standing on both.. Clash - Published
The Government is expected to rake in £8.3 billion from student loan interest by 2023/2024, compared to £4.5 billion for this tax year, according to forecasts by the Office for Budget Responsibility. MailOnline - Published
University beat officers are encouraging students to think about personal safety and look after their neighbours as the new academic year gets underway.
Officers looking after De Montfort,.. Leicestershire Police - Published
New York's attorney general on Thursday sued 10 companies and two executives over their alleged roles in a scam to induce thousands of struggling borrowers into buying student loan debt relief services.. Reuters - Published