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5 little-known ways to get your student loans forgiven
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Here are five student loans forgiveness programs that you might not have even known about. Do you qualify?
 
3 Questions to Answer Before Refinancing Student Loans
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Sara Hamilton, a law school graduate repaying more than six figures in federal student debt, was ready to ditch her hodgepodge of high rates and frustrating loan servicing. The Emory University alumna decided to renegotiate the terms of her debt by refinancing through a private lender, aiming for the lowest possible rate. Private loan refinancing may involve consolidating various loans but ...
 
Student Loans Consolidated Is Now Offering Tax Relief through Student Loan Forgiveness
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Student Loans Consolidated is now offering tax relief through student loan forgiveness. Let our professional team guide you down the road to financial freedom! (PRWeb March 10, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/03/prweb12570566.htm
 
Understand the Consequences of Student Loan Default
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Recently, the New York Federal Reserve released some alarming information on student loan defaults that indicated up to a quarter of all borrowers from the last nine years have defaulted on their loans. These numbers are much higher than the three-year cohort default rate measured and published annually by the Department of Education and show a growing trend of borrowers who are in need of ...
 
Education funding to remain stable at $22.5B, despite declining enrolment
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Funding for Ontario schools for the 2015-16 year will remain stable at $22.5 billion, but Education Minister Liz Sandals says more money is being spent per student due to declining enrolment.
 
Planning Key to Paying Off Student Debt
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There’s no one-size-fits-all solution for paying off student loans so experts recommend tips for what to consider as you develop a plan.
 
Ontario education funding to remain at $22.5-billion for 2015-16
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Funding for Ontario schools for the 2015-16 year will remain stable at $22.5 billion, but Education Minister Liz Sandals says more money is being spent per student due to declining enrolment.
 
Consolidation bill concerns consolidated Twin Valley
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WILMINGTON >> A school well-versed in consolidation will weigh in on a bill centered around the concept.
 
5 Student Loan Terms Every Borrower Should Know
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If you have student loan debt, you've probably noticed that your loans have a language all their own. Here are five key terms that borrowers need to know.
 
Neshaminy School Board votes 7-2 to close Everitt Elementary as part of consolidation plan
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NESHAMINY As expected, the school board approved closing Samuel Everitt Elementary School in Middletown Township as part of the district’s large-scale consolidation effort.