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Betsy DeVos's loan overhaul would hurt doctors and lawyers
CNNMoney
What made it possible for Stephenson to turn down a bigger paycheck with $200,000 of debt hanging over his head was the government's Public Service Loan Forgiveness program. It promises to cancel remaining debt for those who work for the government ...

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New York Times

Trump Administration Considers Moving Student Loans from Education Department to Treasury
New York Times
Her consideration of transferring the loan program led the student aid chief to resign. Credit Maddie McGarvey for The New York Times. The Trump administration is considering moving responsibility for overseeing more than $1 trillion in student debt ...
Student Aid Office Chief Quits After Run-In With DeVosStudent Loan Hero (blog)
Top Education Dept. official resigns after clash with DeVosPolitico
Federal student aid chief quits, warning of management issues under DeVosWashington Post

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Washington Post

Public servants took jobs counting on loan forgiveness. Trump might stiff them.
Washington Post
In the fall of 2007, on the eve of the Great Recession, President George W. Bush signed an expansive bill into law devoting billions of dollars of new aid for student loan borrowers and establishing a new initiative for public service workers: Student ...
Congress must address student loan debt crisis, a national economic dragThe Hill (blog)
Counting on Student Loan Forgiveness? Don't Bet on ItBloomberg
6 vital things parents need to know about student loansUSA TODAY
KSDK -American Enterprise Institute
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ESPN FC (blog)

No loan for Woodburn but who else?
ESPN FC (blog)
Liverpool's attitude toward loaning out youth players has changed considerably under the management of Jurgen Klopp. When he arrived at Anfield in October 2015, the German manager was surprised to find 17 Liverpool players out on loan. The following ...

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NBCNews.com

Some Hospitals Will Now Offer You an Interest-Free Loan
NBCNews.com
77 percent of Americans cannot afford an unexpected medical bill of $2,000 or more. For families on a budget, it's a sudden expense that can break the bank. But for the hospitals who provided the service, it can often mean going unpaid. In a new move ...



CNBC

Op-Ed: Trump's plan to cut this student loan program is a big mistake
CNBC
Last week, we got a glimpse of the Trump administration's proposed budget cuts for the Department of Education. Among the programs facing the chopping block is Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF), created in 2007 during George W. Bush's second ...
Donald Trump's budget cuts back key student loan programsUSA TODAY
Betsy DeVos' education budget could ax student loan amnesty programDetroit Metro Times
On track for Public Service Loan Forgiveness? Good news, you're not in danger from Trump's budget.Washington Post
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Madison.com

Should I Refinance My Car Loan?
Madison.com
If you're currently paying a small fortune for your vehicle, you may want to refinance to a car loan with more favorable terms -- namely, a lower interest rate. Refinancing your car loan can reduce your monthly payments, and the better your credit ...

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Inside Higher Ed

DeVos says Education Dept. will provide relief to students promised loan discharge
Inside Higher Ed
WASHINGTON -- Education Secretary Betsy DeVos told lawmakers Wednesday that her department will follow through on promises to provide loan forgiveness to borrowers who attended for-profit colleges found to have defrauded students. "Those to whom ...
President Trump's Budget Proposal Calls For Deep Cuts To EducationNPR
A New Foundation For American Greatness - WhiteHouse.govWhiteHouse.gov

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CNBC

Op-Ed: Trump's budget moves to end the college tuition rip-off
CNBC
The Trump student loan plan is like an intervention for colleges addicted to tuition increases. Taxpayers are footing the bill for schools to use poor and middle class students as bait. More needs to be done to force universities to stop gouging the ...


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