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New York Times economic columnist Eduardo Porter has a piece this morning seeking to raise doubts about the Obama administration's proposed "gainful employment" rule. The rule would, eventually, take away eligibility for federal student aid from
If you could see me at the moment you'd find a man blue in the face...And I'm blue from talking about the dangers of student loans over the past years and having it fall of deaf ears. Recent data from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and Equifax
The growing student loan burden carried by millions of Americans threatens to undermine the housing recovery's momentum by discouraging, or even blocking, a generation of potential buyers from acquiring their first homes. Recent improvements in the
Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts wrote on her blog Friday that in the coming months, she will be introducing legislation “to allow
But when it comes to debt levels, not all states are created equal.
The Florida senator is a possible candidate to run for the Republican Party in 2016 and with his idea for a higher education overhaul, he knows how to appeal to young voters. One suggestion made by Sen. Rubio was to have free online classes count
Higher Education Tax Benefits Families Should Know About Winter brings lots of things to look forward to, like skiing and fires in the fireplace. For most of us, preparing to file a tax return is not one of those things. With that in mind, it might
First-time buyers, the bedrock of the housing market, are not stepping up to fill the void. They have accounted for nearly a third of home purchases over the past year, well below the historical norm, industry figures show. The trend has alarmed some
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) says she plans to introduce legislation that would tax the wealthy more and use the money to refinance high-interest student loans. Warren also said she'll look for ways to "meaningfully reduce college tuition." "
Government 'overestimates' student loan repayments BBC News, Education reporter The PAC says there is "no reliable model" for forecasting student loan repayments The government is likely to be underestimating the value of student loans that will