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Should you keep up payments during the federal student-loan freeze? Experts weigh in

“Not a single person in this country has paid a dime on federal student loans since the president took office,”…

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SoFi shares have taken too heavy a beating ahead of ‘significant earnings momentum,’ analyst says

SoFi Technologies Inc. shares have taken too much of a beating, according to a Piper Sandler analyst who upgraded the…

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Why there’s a unified movement to cancel student loans but not credit card debt or mortgages

Activists hold a student loan forgiveness rally near the White House on April 27, 2022. Anna Moneymaker | Getty Images…

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2022 High School Grads Could See $40,000 in Student Loan Debt by the Time They Graduate College: Report

If you’ve attended college recently — or know someone who has — you know it’s not for the financially faint…

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Anonymous Donor Pays Off Student Debt For Entire Graduating Class: ‘You No Longer Have a Balance’

It’s a sad but true fact that the celebration and sense of accomplishment that comes with graduating college also often…

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I’m 69 and went back to college when my children were grown, but ‘I never got a job that paid well.’ Am I going to die in debt or is there something I can do?

How to get out of student loan debt Getty Images/iStockphoto Question: I went back to college to get my degree…

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Personal Finance

This is how student loan debt became a $1.7 trillion crisis

For decades now, the country’s outstanding student loan debt balance has only trended in one direction: Up. Today, around 44…

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Personal Finance

Eight attorneys general call on Biden to cancel federal student debt for every borrower

New York State Attorney General Letitia James speaks during a “Defend Democracy” rally, taking place on the first anniversary of…

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Education Department forgives loans of more than 110,000 people in public service

U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona delivers remarks at the department’s Lyndon Baines Johnson Building in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 27,…

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Bill to improve federal benefits for the elderly, blind and disabled may herald broader reform, Sen. Sherrod Brown says

Chairman Sherrod Brown (D-OH) questions Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and Federal Reserve Chairman Powell during a Senate Banking, Housing and…

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