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CNBC

How to save for retirement when you have student loans
CNBC
Saving for retirement is hard. It's even harder for those managing student loan bills. All in, student debt reached a record $1.5 trillion this year, according to the Federal Reserve. And that debt burden has taken a heavy toll on many Americans' nest ...

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Forbes

How To Lower Your Student Loan Payments By Saving For Yourself
Forbes
Balancing repaying your student loans with savings is a challenge. This is especially true if you're on an income-driven repayment plan. These are the plans that set your monthly payment as a percentage of your discretionary income - such as Income ...



The Hill

Student loan reforms will make education better for Americans
The Hill
They have filled out federal financial aid forms and applied for student loans, tasks that are both time consuming and confusing. Often this complex process leaves families with little to no understanding about just how much debt students are taking on ...



U.S News & World Report Money

How to Get a Personal Loan With a Co-Signer
U.S News & World Report Money
Lenders approve or deny personal loan applicants based on their ability to pay off a loan. If they don't think an applicant will make good on a promise, then the application is denied. But you may be able to piggyback off someone with a shiny credit ...

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NPR

Episode 869: The Student Loan Whistleblower
NPR
As the student loan ombudsman for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Seth Frotman watched as the Department of Education became one of the biggest banks in the country. It has lent out more than a trillion dollars to student borrowers.

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USA TODAY

Young adults turn to personal loans for debt, wedding and moving expenses
USA TODAY
Littleton is part of a larger borrowing trend. Personal loans have become the fastest growing consumer debt, and those borrowers are getting younger, according to a new study from LendingPoint, an online lender that gave USA TODAY a first look at its data.

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Baltimore Sun

2 Baltimore city teachers among group suing loan servicer Navient
Baltimore Sun
Baltimore City schoolteacher Michelle Means had been chipping away at her $60,000 in federal student debt and knew about a loan-forgiveness program Congress started in 2007 to help public servants. Yet, each time she talked to representatives at ...



Fox 59

Gary gets $46K loan to help turn ruined church into gardens
Fox 59
GARY, Ind. — The city of Gary is getting a $46,000 federal loan to move along its plans to turn a ruined church into a tourist attraction. The loan through the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will be used for asbestos abatement on the dilapidated ...
Gary gets $46K loan to turn ruined church into gardensWTTV CBS4Indy

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Bloomberg

JPMorgan's Loan Business Notches Record Going Back-to-Basics
Bloomberg
JPMorgan Chase & Co. said net interest income -- revenue from customers' loan payments minus what it pays depositors -- jumped to a record $13.9 billion in the period, helped by rising interest rates and steady growth in what the bank considers core loans.
JPMorgan's loan business notches recordCrain's New York Business
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USA TODAY

Mortgage rates on 30-year home loan hit 5 percent, a nearly 8-year high
USA TODAY
Buying a home just got a bit more expensive. Rates on the most common mortgage topped 5 percent for the first time since February 2011, making it even harder for buyers to get an affordable house. The average rate on the 30-year fixed-rate home loan ...

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