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Trump proposed 2020 budget could be end of subsidized loans

Freshman game art major Dayanara Ocampo and her family are scared to take out student loans. But because her family is paying for her sister’s medical Shane Tolentino bills, she may soon have no choice. The proposed 2020 federal budget would eliminate subsidized loans to fund a new debt forgiveness program. …

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Alumni Help Center Review: Leave It To The Experts

It has become well known that the rate of unemployment among recent college graduates has increased drastically worldwide. Even individuals who were able to secure employment are under-employed, and often paid well below their skill level. It can be difficult to make ends meet with towering housing rental prices. The …

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Trump Proposes To End Student Loan Forgiveness Program

President Trump plans some major changes to your student loans, according to his 2020 budget. Here’s what you need to know and how it can affect you. Trump Budget: Student Loans The White House released Trump‘s 2020 budget proposal, which contains important implications for higher education and student loans. The …

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Hungary tries for baby boom with tax breaks and loan forgiveness

Hungarian women with four children or more will be exempted for life from paying income tax, the prime minister has said, unveiling plans designed to boost the number of babies being born. It was a way of defending Hungary‘s future without depending on immigration, Viktor Orban said. The right-wing nationalist …

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How one woman fell for a common student loan scam

This article is reprinted by permission from NerdWallet. Facing more than $80,000 in student loan debt, Tiffany Tatafu did what thousands of other student loan borrowers do: She searched for answers on her phone. The single mother of two had heard that as a public employee, she could be eligible …

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