Monthly Archives: November 2011

North Carolina Voting out of the Loan Program? read more

A vote to allow NC community colleges to opt out of federal college loans is back on the table after being vetoed earlier this year. A 3-week session began Sunday night during which state lawmakers will discuss several items, including … Continue reading

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Start a Biz! Get Student Loan Debt Relief

After graduation your degree will look good on your wall; however the student loan debt is huge issue for many. With the avg debt load now topping $20,000, the idea of starting a business is not realistic. The sad truth … Continue reading

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Occupy Wall Street and Student Loans

Part of the movement of the Occupy Wall Street comes from angry younger people who have student loan debt from college, but can’t find careers in the wake of the Great Recession. Now they’re saddled with debts they can’t repay. … Continue reading

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Student Loan Debt Overtakes Credit Card Debt – Arghhhhhhhhh!

The total loans of students attending a college or university, NOW student loan debt greater than credit card debt for the first time this year exceeded $1 trillion ( A TRILLION!) This is an increase from last year, when total … Continue reading

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Obama Student Loan Changes

But will his reforms help you? In case you haven’t heard, President Obama is trying to reignite the conversation about how to reform federal student aid. Recently the White House even announced major changes to the student loan program that … Continue reading

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