College Gets Cheaper: Federal Loan Rates Set To Drop For '15-'16 Academic Year Well here's a sentence you don't see every day: it's about to get cheaper to pay for college. The bottom-line cost for those who need to borrow -- i.e, what students will pay when the diploma is in hand and the student loans are paid off -- is going down, at least for the 2015-2016 academic year. Thanks to the results of Wednesday's 10-year Treasury note auction, the rates on federal student loans will decrease by 0.37% for new loans disbursed on or after July 1, 2015.
How To Avoid This Top Retirement Scam Annuities are basically good products that guarantee retirement income. But you can pay way too much for them. Here's how to avoid getting fleeced.
5 Ways To Protect Yourself Against Debit Card Fraud This week, FICO reported that debit card fraud has hit a 20 year high. Fraud at ATMs located in bank branches increased 174% from January 1 to April 9, compared with the same period last year. And ATM machines located away from bank premises experienced an incredible 317% increase.
Ron Paul On The Public Debt And The Collapse Of The Dollar There has been a lot of talk about a U.S. currency crisis on the horizon. Much of it seems to be designed to scare people to increase ratings. In this article, we'll dispense with the hyperbole and rhetoric and separate fact from fiction. Is there another crisis looming? Will it involve the collapse of the U.S. dollar? In this article we'll discuss the issue and provide a resource to help you prepare in the event it occurs.
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