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Obama's Student-Debt Fix Isn't Much Better than the GOP's
On July 1, interest rates on ... House’s bill should it pass the Senate and end up on his desk in its current form. Though far from perfect, the White House plan is "worlds apart from intentionally having a [student loans] program that generates money ... read more
ROLLING STONE TO CAUSE ROLLING HEADS?
Arizona’s Senate passed a Bill ... According to Taibbi, “Neither woman appears to have any serious history in business, apart from a few philanthropic experiences. Yet the Federal Reserve handed them both low-interest loans of nearly a quarter of ... read more
Middle Class Dreams: Can They Be Achieved?
But those loans should not bear interest and should be repayable only as a percentage of income — and required amounts should be payable as part of the former student’s income ... white middle class is falling apart, featuring early deaths due to ... read more
13 things you should accomplish with your money before turning 30
You can't sit around and expect a raise or bonus to fall into your lap. Even if your boss notices ... You'll also want to see if there's any room to reduce spending and up your saving. Student-loan debt in particular is often blamed for preventing young ... read more
Rep. Kevin Brady on unifying GOP on tax reform
Both chambers take up separate proposals this week that have big differences, while the House appears on track to pass its version, the process is just beginning in the Senate ... are deducting the interest for their student loans, that there are a ... read more
Debt Be Not Proud
Paulson The stock market rallied today after President Bush announced a deal under which ... guaranteed) student loans, has been hammered in recent days because Moody's, the ratings agency, concluded that loans it had made "appear to be defaulting at ... read more
The Biggest Issues for States to Watch in 2018
Congress is considering eliminating a few of those, such as the student loan interest paid and medical expenses ... The U.S. Supreme Court, however, appears ready to deal public employee unions a big blow. Last year, the court heard a case challenging ... read more
Who's Killing the Great Lawyers of Harvard?
Furious parents of straight-A student-council presidents ... a desire to practice public-interest law. After graduation, fewer than 5 percent work in that sector. This despite the school's offer to forgive the loans of students who take lower-income ... read more
George Monbiot | Neoliberalism: The Ideology at the Root of All Our Problems
We appear ... money. Interest payments, overwhelmingly, are a transfer of money from the poor to the rich. As property prices and the withdrawal of state funding load people with debt (think of the switch from student grants to student loans), the banks ... read more
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