Posts Tagged ‘loans’

EU offers medium-term loans to Ukraine

EU offers medium-term loans to Ukraine

Lending a financial hand to Ukraine is a safeguard that will ensure stability on the European continent, a European monetary official said Wednesday. Special Reports – UPI.com

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Ask These 4 Questions Before You Refinance Your Student Loans

Filed under: Interest Rates Americans now have more than $ 1.2 trillion of student loan debt. To help people deal with their debt burden, credit unions, banks and Silicon Valley startups have introduced loans that can be used to refinance existing student loan debt. Companies life SoFi advertise that borrowers save an average $...

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Ask These 4 Questions Before You Refinance Your Student Loans

Filed under: Interest Rates Americans now have more than $ 1.2 trillion of student loan debt. To help people deal with their debt burden, credit unions, banks and Silicon Valley startups have introduced loans that can be used to refinance existing student loan debt. Companies life SoFi advertise that borrowers save an average $...

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4 Ways Car Loans Can Go Wrong and How to Avoid Them

4 Ways Car Loans Can Go Wrong and How to Avoid Them

Filed under: Auto Loans Getty By Nancy Dunham Your new car loan can drive your credit ahead, cementing your reputation as a responsible borrower who can be trusted with major responsibility including the much-coveted mortgage. But take a wrong turn – even one late payment – and your credit score will sink, making future...

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Perkins Loans FAQs

Perkins Loans FAQs

What is a Perkins loan? How much can I borrow from the Perkins program? How much do Perkins loans cost? Who makes Perkins loans? How do I get a Perkins loan? Does everyone get approved for a Perkins? Are Perkins loan payments tax deductible? When do I have to start repaying my Perkins loan?...

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States move to refinance federal student loans, offer lower interest rates

States move to refinance federal student loans, offer lower interest rates

Amy R. ConnollyWASHINGTON, Dec. 15 (UPI) — Local governments nationwide have passed legislation that allows them to refinance federal student loans, a move seen as a way to propel economic growth. Top News – UPI.com

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Report: One in 10 members of Congress owe on student loans

Report: One in 10 members of Congress owe on student loans

Amy R. ConnollyWASHINGTON, Dec. 4 (UPI) — The nonpartisan Center for Responsive Politics found 53 lawmakers, or about 10 percent of Congress, including non-voting House members, owe on student loans. Top News – UPI.com

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Why Sub-$500-a-Month Auto Loans Are a Bad Habit

Why Sub-$500-a-Month Auto Loans Are a Bad Habit

Filed under: Personal Finance, Auto Loans By Phil LeBeau Auto loans stretching six or seven years are often criticized as a poor choice because they leave borrowers underwater for years before they finally get to a point where the vehicle is no longer in negative equity. Still, the latest snapshot of America’s booming auto...

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ARM Loans Make a Comeback. Are They Right for You?

ARM Loans Make a Comeback. Are They Right for You?

Filed under: Mortgages, Real Estate, Home Buying, Home Loans, Interest Rates Getty Images By Brian O’Connell NEW YORK — Adjustable rate mortgages, the bane of consumer advocates and the trap door for hundreds of thousands of homeowners who saw their mortgage payments rise in the heat of the Great Recession, are staging a comeback....

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Zillow: Student loans are not stopping young home buyers

Zillow: Student loans are not stopping young home buyers

Amy R. ConnollySEATTLE, Sept. 18 (UPI) — A new study by Zillow suggests student loan debt is not a big hurdle to homeownership, contradicting warnings from economists. Top News – UPI.com

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