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Student Loan Interest Rates Could Double [AUDIO]

Interest rates on government-subsidized Stafford loans could increase from 3.4 to 6.8 percent this summer, unless Congress acts to stop the change.

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Governor Christie Addresses High Student Loans [AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie says controlling the high costs of college needs to happen so graduates coming out with large loans can have a better chance building their future.

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Student Loan Interest Rates Could Double July 1st

Incoming college freshmen could end up paying $5,000 more for the same loans their older siblings have, if Congress doesn't keep interest rates from doubling.

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Younger Consumers Hold Less Debt, Study Says [AUDIO]

A new study finds many people under age 35 are taking on less debt than they did before the big economic downturn.

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Student Debt Stretches to Record 1 in 5 Households

With college enrollment growing, student debt has stretched to a record number of U.S. households -- nearly 1 in 5 -- with the biggest burdens falling on the young and poor.

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Student Loan Literacy Bill Advancing In NJ Legislature

A lot of high school students have no clue about the long-term responsibilities of taking out student loans. A pair of New Jersey State senators is trying to address the situation in the Garden State. Legislation sponsored by Senators Tom Kean, Jr. and Bob Singer designed to help high school students better understand the financial obligations they are incurring when taking out student loans to finance their post-secondary education has been approved today by the Senate Higher Education Committee.

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Obama to Sign Student Loan, Transportation Bill on Friday

President Barack Obama on Friday plans to sign into law legislation that prevents interest rate increases on new loans to millions of college students and maintains jobs on transportation projects across the nation.

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Taking On A Student Loan? NJ Banker Offers Tips [AUDIO]

We often hear stories of students who take out loans and head to college only to find themselves unable to pay off their loans upon graduating. But, that doesn't have to be the case if you prepare ahead of time.

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Obama Signs Stop-Gap Highway, Student Loan Bill

President Barack Obama has signed a short-term bill that avoids interest rate increases on new loans to millions of college students and maintains jobs on transportation projects across the nation.

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Student Loans, Highway Jobs Bill Clear House

The House on Friday overwhelmingly passed legislation to salvage 2.8 million jobs, mostly in construction, and forestall a sharp increase in interest rates on college loans.

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