Weekly Round Up – April 04, 2014

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A Few Good Reads

Here are a few of my favorite reads from the past week.

1. Student loans is second largest source of debt in US households, says recent study: 

Steven Sabel, a former firefighter, decided to go to law school after a knee injury prevented him from returning to duty. He had wanted to be a lawyer since he was young.

Sabel, now a second-year student at UCLA, is financing his degree almost entirely on loans. Tuition at the UCLA School of Law costs more than $45,000 a year, and Sabel expects to graduate with around $200,000 in debt. [Read more…]

Weekly Round Up – February 21, 2014

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A Few Good Reads

Here are a few of my favorite reads from the past week.

1. Student debt may hurt housing recovery by hampering first-time buyers: 

The growing student loan burden carried by millions of Americans threatens to undermine the housing recovery’s momentum by discouraging, or even blocking, a generation of potential buyers from purchasing their first homes. [Read more…]

Weekly Round Up – October 11, 2013

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A Few Good Reads

Here are a few of my favorite reads from the past week.

1. Here’s The Truth About Debt Ceiling Trutherism:

One of the more concerning developments in the debt-ceiling fight is the growing contingent of Republicans who just aren’t that worried about raising the debt ceiling in a timely fashion. [Read more…]

Weekly Round Up – September 6, 2013

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 Before we get to the good reads!

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 A Few Good Reads

Here are a few of my favorite reads from the past week.

 1. Tropical island paradise tops debt league: 

The Seychelles islands in the Indian Ocean, better known for their pristine beaches and crystal  clear waters, are the most indebted nation in the world, according to a new report released on Monday. The “debt league” compiled data on government debt and private debt and looked at how much a country owes as well as how much it is owed.  According to this measure, the Seychelles tops the league of the most indebted nations, with national net debt at 152 percent of gross domestic product (GDP). In order of indebtedness, it is followed by Portugal, Ireland and Greece, countries which like the Seychelles in 2008, received international bailouts. Open this article [Read more…]