All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘The Student Loan Forgiveness Act of 2012’

Student Loans With Fixed Rates Could Help Lenders

The Fitch Group announced this week that it believes fixed-rate private student loans just might be the answer to kick-starting the loan industry. The company, though, does temper this advice with the warning that competition from variable-rate private loans and fixed-rate government loans could be a stumbling block. The Fitch Group is one of the “big three” credit rating agencies …

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Hansen Clarke: Congressman Introduces The Student Loan Forgiveness Act of 2012

Student loan forgiveness is a hot button issue in America right now and there are many voices on each side. One side believes that given the state of the economy and the vanishing of middle class job opportunities, we need to shift towards a more forgiving approach such as loan forgiveness or Income Based Repayment (IBR). On the other side …

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