Monthly Archives: December 2011

Making First Student Loan Payment

So now it is your time. Your time for your first student loan payment that is. Yet, you are faced with a dilemma: your money access is limited because your job opps have not turned out the way you wanted, … Continue reading

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Candadian Student Loan Story, Read More….

By: Joel Schlesinger Winnepeg Free Press 12-24-2011 Debra recently finished university but from a financial standpoint, university hasn’t finished with Debra. Having graduated earlier this year, completing her masters degree, her six-year journey cost about $25,000, she says. Fortunately, she … Continue reading

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Rethinking How Student Loans Get Repaid

======= Student loans are not going away, despite calls by Occupy protesters in recent weeks to have the federal government finance public colleges entirely and write off all student debt. So rather than debate the impossible, we should instead discuss … Continue reading

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DC Councilman Settles Student Loan Lawsuit Against Him

D.C. Councilman Harry Thomas Jr. reached an agreement with the federal government to repay an outstanding student loan. Thomas apparently owes about $16,000 in student loans he obtained in the 1980s. The government said he’s agreed to make monthly payments. … Continue reading

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Occupy Student Loan Debt

The Occupy Student Debt Campaign made a big media splash back in November when organizers urged borrowers to stop paying their student loans. Claiming safety in numbers, the organizers have urged Americans to walk away from their student loans after … Continue reading

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