Student Loan News, Week in Review

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This week in student loan news: we hit the 4 year anniversary of student loan debt surpassing $1 trillion, some colleges are using online crowdfunding to finance scholarships and research fellowships, and a Meredith College student’s graduation photos go viral. Share:

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Student Loan News, Week in Review

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This week in student loan news: several bills are introduced that would allow employees to receive more assistance from their employer for student loan repayment, private lenders announce parent-targeted loans and a high school dropout sues the U.S. Department of Education to get his loans discharged. Share:

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Support Your Craft Lender

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day! We usually associate this Irish holiday with rowdy parades, every shade of green, unwanted pinches, and beer. So, what does an enthusiastically celebrated holiday have to do with the student loan marketplace? Share:

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What You Need to Know About Credit Inquiries

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Credit checks are important to many areas of your financial life, so it’s necessary to understand what will affect your credit and how. The general consensus is that hard inquiries have a negative impact on your credit score, but it may not be affecting your score as much as you think. Share:

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