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Teshley Solutions 2h
University Of Phoenix Reaches $191 Million Settlement With FTC, Including Debt Relief
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NACA 1h
More and more experts are warning about the effect the burgeoning crisis may have on the economy, both now and in the long run. PredatoryEconomy
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Natalia 5h
⁩, you make ~$150,000 PER MINUTE. How about you spend what you make in 1 MINUTE & help me pay off the majority of my ($151,382). I make $30K/yr, pay $160/mos. & will never pay off this debt.
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Natalia 5h
Replying to @TaliaRocks5
My monthly payments only cover the interest I accrue each month. With ~$12,000 owed in interest alone, I don’t even know when I’ll start paying off my ACTUAL loan.
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Higher Ed, Not Debt Dec 2
With education costs growing and becoming an issue for whole families to deal with – an expense made for themselves or for their children so that either could have a shot at the American Dream – is crushing people's retirement hopes.
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CR Sponsor-A-Scholar Dec 6
One person's advice and regrets about .
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Sabrina Cervantes Dec 6
Student loan borrowers deserve fair treatment & the promise of a prosperous life that offers. W/ 4M Californians impacted by student loan debt, I introduced AB 140 CA Kickstart My Future Loan Forgiveness Program which seeks to address the ongoing crisis of .
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StudentDebtCrisis Dec 5
BREAKING: ’ corrupt plan to create a new entity, could prevent future presidents from canceling . 🤬🤬🤬
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Matthew Batwinas Dec 7
has saved one student from a life-long student debt burden. Thank you. But, still needs to solve the bigger crisis in USA.
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MVJ Dec 7
My annual TED talk: Good for for sponsoring this promo every year. Love it! And as in this country exceeds $1.5T, let’s have a better college tuition policy than students throwing 🏈 through 🥤. Thank you for coming to my TED talk.
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MakeseMotley Dec 9
I couldn’t have said this better myself.
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Ghost-Dragon Champion Dec 7
is a major problem in the United States. Implementing a program would greatly stimulate the economy by giving millions more money to spend and cycle back into the economy. What would you be able to buy ? Please RT to raise awareness!
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Amanda Dec 7
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Doctor B(oyle) Dec 8
The median student debt at my alma mater, The College of New Jersey, increased from $14500 as of 1997-1998 to $23,250 (2016-2017). A 60% increase.
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Tyson Smith Dec 2
How Biden helped create the problem he now promises to fix
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Modernist Studio 6h
For years, was considered "good debt." But the backdrop has changed. At Modernist Studio, we're focused on reframing the problem of student debt.
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Emmitt Dec 2
I like to look at Cyber Monday deals to see all the things I would buy if I actually had disposable income.
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Scott Pulsipher Dec 9
Free college proposals might expand access but there's no proof these policies would boost completion. Better solutions require to address the root causes of these high costs.
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Savings Jar Dec 9
Savings Jar is a personalized financial wellness platform. We were created to help you get out of debt, save money, and achieve your financial goals.
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Katelynn Watkins Dec 3
More than half of borrowers rejected did not make qualifying payments. Don't be like them.
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