The latest survey conducted by Student Loan Hero finds 34 percent of respondents regret not saving enough this year, while 30 percent resolve to pay off debt in 2017
New York, NY (PRWEB) December.. PRWeb
President-elect Donald Trump is quickly finding out that firing is a lot easier than hiring; the average student loan debt has more than tripled in the last 20 years, leaving more than 75 million.. CBS News
The average student loan debt for a college degree rose 4 percent in 2015 $30,100, according to a report released Tuesday by The Institute for College Access and Success, a nonprofit focused on.. Newsmax
The Student Loan Report released its 2016 Student Loan Debt Per Graduate Rankings for the Class of 2015. The Student Loan Report calculated the average student loan debt per graduate by school and by.. PRWeb
As the presidential campaigning continues, an issue that is fast-becoming a central component of the election has been the question of how to curb ballooning student loan debt which reached a.. Huffington Post
Debt is a problem that plagues much of America, but for Alabama, it could be worse. A recent study from NerdWallet.com showed that Alabama ranks near the middle of U.S. states for debt, with the.. bizjournals
We live in the greatest, freest, richest, most humanitarian country on earth -- and I'll be damned if I sit around and watch my generation screw up the future of our nation's young people.
When I.. Huffington Post
Don’t look now, but the US is staring down not one but two trillion-dollar bubbles, both of which have been documented here extensively.
The first is the US auto loan bubble which has ballooned.. Zero Hedge
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*Last week, former Secretary of Education and US Senator Lamar Alexander wrote in the Wall Street Journal that a college degree is both affordable.. Zero Hedge
Filed under: Student Loans, Family Money, Personal Finance, College, Education
By Jason Notte
NEW YORK -- If you'd browse and bargain while shopping for a $20,000 car, you.. DailyFinance
Go to college, study hard, get good grades, land a job, and rake in the money. Sounds pretty simple, right?
Not so fast.
The truth is there are a number of financial realities new graduates have.. Huffington Post