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Special Bulletin: Now Ask Your Senators to Preserve Your College Tax Benefits!

The U.S. House of Representatives recently passed its tax bill. This bill would repeal many of the higher education tax benefits on which millions of college students and parents rely. 376 more words

College Affordability

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Today’s selection of articles:

  1. Slavery ensnares thousands in U.K. Here’s one teenage girl’s story“, by Ceylan Yeginsu (NY Times). Read this. Then open your eyes to the people around you.
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Paying down student debt: Where to start

For the past few months, I have written about my debilitating student debt (We started with $538,000 with $36,000 already accrued interest at 6.7% interest rate) and the reasons I have for tackling it mercilessly and quickly. 2,561 more words



Generally speaking what people are born to is seen to be the norm, in the midst of that most will see themselves as independent to one degree or another. 608 more words

Monthly Report: November 19th Edition

Welcome to the first progress report, published on the 19th of every month (when all loans have cleared my checking account).

Student Loans:

Due to a generous bonus in late October, I allocated more towards my Undergraduate loans. 281 more words


When Unpaid Student Loan Bills Mean You Can No Longer Work

Twenty states suspend people’s professional or driver’s licenses if they fall behind on loan payments

Fall behind on your student loan payments, lose your job.  Few people realize that the loans they take out to pay for their education could eventually derail their careers. 36 more words

Consumer Protection

Student Loan Debt

A reader calls on Congress to protect the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Published: November 19, 2017 at 05:30AM

Opinion By Unknown Author

from NYT Opinion… 63 more words