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Your Money Adviser: What to Do When It’s Time to Pay for All That Knowledge
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May 24, 2015
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Bernie Sanders is unveiling a free college tuition bill. Will it work?
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May 18, 2015
“Presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders (D) of Vermont is planning to unveil a bill that, if passed, will make tuition at four-year public colleges and universities free. In addition to eliminating college tuition at public colleges, Mr. Sanders' bill would expand work-study programs, and seeks to lower student debt and student loan rates – a system modeled after those of European countries such as Germany, Sweden, and Denmark. Earlier this year, Sanders called for free tuition for college freshman and sophomores, and recently other liberal politicians have also taken up the cause of making college more affordable for American students as well. To fulfill this goal, Sanders had called on state governments to invest $18 billion public higher education each year in order to meet his original goal of free tuition for college freshman and sophomores.”
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Make Room for These Scholarships on Your Senior Year To-Do List
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May 14, 2015
“High school seniors have more college scholarship options than any other students, and by starting a list this summer, you'll be able to manage those options more easily. The Scholarship Coach has previously looked at some prestigious awards available to graduating high school students, like the Gates Millennium, Coca-Cola and National Merit Scholarships. Here are a few other scholarships to add to your list as your senior year approaches. One of the earliest and most lucrative scholarships that will open in the fall is the Elks National Foundation's Most Valuable Student Competition.”
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What Borrowers Can Expect From the New Income-Driven Repayment Plan
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May 13, 2015
“Back in the spring of 2014, President Barack Obama's budget request proposed expanding the Pay As You Earn income-driven repayment program, with some caveats, to more federal student loan borrowers. Several months later, the president strengthened that request by issuing an executive order requiring the Department of Education to promulgate regulations to implement that expansion no later than the end of December 2015. To fulfill that order, the Department of Education initiated a process called negotiated rulemaking this past fall. This process is required under the Higher Education Act and entails a series of public hearings, meetings with constituents of the parties that will be affected by the proposed regulatory changes and a sometimes extensive public comment period.”
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Get Ready for Upcoming Federal Student Aid PIN Changes
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May 07, 2015
“On May 10, the U.S. Department of Education plans to release a new Federal Student Aid ID feature. The FSA ID will let students, borrowers and parents authenticate their identities across multiple FSA websites. Previously, verifying someone's identity was the job of the Federal Student Aid PIN, and as you would expect, that role is an important one. On FSA websites, people can access their federal student aid information, as well as officially sign loan documents.”
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For-Profit Colleges Face a Loan Revolt by Thousands Claiming Trickery
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May 04, 2015
“Former and present Corinthian students are either refusing to repay their student loans or asking the Education Department to forgive their payments.”
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Your Money: Student Loan Facts They Wish They Had Known
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May 03, 2015
“Personal stories about student loans painted a picture of clueless teenagers, frazzled parents and college administrators who may not question students about their debt levels.”
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Millennials Are Feeling Better About Their Finances
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 30, 2015
“At a time when Americans are shouldering a crippling $1.2 trillion in student debt, it comes as no surprise that paying for higher education is the biggest financial concern for parents with children who are younger than 18 and planning to go to college. It may be more of a surprise that the young adults so often burdened with those loans now feel better about their finances than people in any other age group. In a new Gallup poll released this week, 73 percent of parents with kids below age 18 ranked paying for college as a financial worry — more than said they were concerned about saving enough for retirement and covering medical expenses. Parents “face twin challenges of paying for ever-escalating college expenses for one or more children and saving for their own retirement,” Gallup’s Jeffrey Jones wrote in a blog post detailing the survey results.”
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Learn to Teach With Scholarships for Educators
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Apr 30, 2015
“Fortunately, to help minimize that debt, there are plenty of scholarships and other financial aid options available for those who are called to teach. The only catch is that if you receive an award, the grant commitment requires you to spend four years after you graduate teaching in a high-need field at a school serving low-income students. These awards are distributed by individual colleges and universities, so if you're going into STEM education, check with your financial aid office. Future teachers can also find plenty of private scholarships.”
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The Ethicists: Should I Lend Money to My Irresponsible Parents?
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Apr 29, 2015
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