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Trump’s New Deal For Student Loans

Student Loans in the US have had much revising of late, and President Donald Trump’s administration has put into place a contract that will add to the changes, with a direct effect on borrowers. This new contract will mean that four private companies now handle federal student loans, that

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The Best Online Education Programs in the US

In early 2017, 1,300 online degree programs were looked at by US News, in the effort to rank them, and distinguish the best offerings. They looked at online only programs (not courses that required some campus attendance), and both profit and non-profit offerings. Online education by a reputable university

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Why Consolidate Direct Student Loans?

In the US, there is an option to consolidate direct student loans in order to manage the loan repayments better. This is something that can be done at no extra cost to the borrower, however there are certain aspects to be aware of, as with any loan consolidation. Here

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Average Household Debt on the Rise

It has been reported that the average American household has around $16,000 of debt, which is most commonly credit card debt. Much of this however is said to be due to rising living costs (but not rising wages), medical bills, and paying a mortgage. While most of us don’t

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Car Insurance Increases For Victims

Even though you might have been in a car accident that absolutely wasn’t your fault, it is still highly likely that your car insurance can go up. It is a foregone conclusion that if you crash your car or cause an accident, your car insurance will go up. However,

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Nursing School Accreditation is Mandatory

Regulations and national guidelines vary from country to country, but one thing that is mandatory when practicing nursing is to have some sort of training that is accredited with nursing school. This means courses with nursing school accreditation are required by those in healthcare environments undertaking nursing duties. A

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US Student Loans Revise Repayments

Every country has a different set of criteria for repaying back their student loans. In the US, the Federal government have made an interesting change in the way in which those with outstanding student loans pay them back – stating that they can cap the repayments at 10% maximum

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