Weekly Round Up – January 24, 2014

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1. Debt advice clinic: put your questions to our panel 

The third week of January can be a struggle for many people, and debt charities report that it is one of their busiest times. It feels like a long time since the last pay packet, and bank balances could be running low. Bills for credit cards and other borrowing will start to go out over the coming days, and could be the final straw for some people’s finances. [Read more…]

Weekly Round Up – January 17, 2014

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1.How to write off debt and be debt free: 

Finding a way to write off debt and become debt free is something that many people experiencing debt problems consider at some point in time. There are a number of formal and legal debt solutions that will enable you to write off your unaffordable debt and at the end of the process be debt free. [Read more…]

Weekly Round Up – January 03, 2014

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A Few Good Reads

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1. Mortgage rise will plunge a million homeowners into ‘perilous debt’: 

More than a million homeowners will be at risk of defaulting on their mortgages and losing their properties in the wake of even a small rise in interest rates, a bombshell analysis reveals. Borrowers who have failed to pay down their mortgages when interest rates have been at record low levels now face being overwhelmed by “perilous levels of debt” when the inevitable hike comes. [Read more…]

Weekly Round Up – December 27, 2013

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1. Democrats Miss Again on Student Debt Fix: 

Currently, institutions are kicked out of the federal loan program if their two-year default rates are 25 percent or higher for three years or exceed 40 percent in any single year. The most recent national two-year cohort default rate across all sectors of higher education was 10.0 – the highest since 1995. The department is transitioning to a three-year default rate for the upcoming year. [Read more…]

Weekly Round Up – December 20, 2013

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1. College Student Debt Soars; College Presidents’ Pay Skyrockets: 

Presidents of U.S. colleges and universities fundraise with donors, preside over graduation ceremonies and provide unversities with long-range strategic vision. They are also paid handsomely for their work. Forty-two private college presidents earned more than $1 million in 2011, according to a new analysis by The Chronicle of Higher Education. The median total compensation for a college president in 2011 was $410,523, up 3.2% from 2010. Of the 550 presidents’ salaries that were included in the analysis, 180 took home more than $500,000 in 2011 compared to 50 in 2004. Open this article [Read more…]

Weekly Round Up – December 13, 2013

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A Few Good Reads

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1. A Snapshot of How Much Debt 12 Boston-Area Colleges are Saddling Students With: 

Student loan debt is, unsurprisingly, on the rise again. After all, the financial burden has been weighing graduates down by an increased six percent year over year — a hike that’s led to the eventual $29,400 the Class of 2012 is, on average, saddled with. [Read more…]