I work at a non-profit and I’m getting payment from my employer totaling $10,000 over 5 years in the Tuitionio program. I’m currently repaying under the extended graduated repayment plan. My question is about student loan forgiveness given I work for a non-profit. I heard that if you do the required payment plan based on […]

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Campus Progress, an organization dedicated to helping “young people to promote progressive solutions to key political and social challenges,” is taking on student loan interest rates. In a recent article titled It’s Our Interest: The Need to Reduce Student Loan Interest Rates, the organization discusses that although interest rates are at historic lows, in-debt student […]

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It seems sometimes that special interest legislation for pet projects and personal preferences of Congressional members is out of hand. In these cases, there is a disconnect between what’s good for Congress compared to the needs of taxpayers. But when it comes to student loans,  a new report reveals that many members of Congress have […]

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In 2013 the Bush tax cuts will expire and a great deal of federal spending will be cut as a result of the Budget Control Act of 2011. The result is expected to be a dramatic decrease in the national debt by about 70% over the next ten years or so. However, in the meantime […]

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