5 reasons to avoid student debt

As lawmakers squabble over student debt cancellation this summer, millions of parents are trying to figure out how much to borrow to send their kids to college in the fall. Once an easy calculation families made at kitchen tables, paying for college is now a confusing and opaque puzzle. Almost …

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MeasureOne Introduces the First Data Platform as a Consumer Authorized Service

Copyright 2021 PR Newswire. All rights reserved2021-06-28 SAN FRANCISCO, June 28, 2021 / PRNewswire / – MeasureOne, the leading consumer-enabled data platform, today announced its new extended consumer-enabled data-as-a-service (PaaS) platform offering. Building on its expertise in providing consumer-authorized academic data, MeasureOne will now provide access to consumer-authorized employment, income …

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Fraudster met victims online before taking their money

Fraudulent Hayley McKay has been jailed after she befriended people on Facebook and dating apps and then duped them with money. The 29-year-old has targeted various people over a three-and-a-half-year span saying she is fighting for money. But McKay would continue to use the bank details of his victims to …

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Why bank deposits are at record highs

Through Joseph Moss, International Banker Since the onset of the coronavirus epidemic, household and business bank deposits around the world have reached levels never seen before. This is in stark contrast to the equally pronounced Global Financial Crisis (CFM) between 2007 and 2009, when deposit levels in banks declined amid …

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Student loan repayments are coming back

For 42.9 million student loan borrowers, it’s been 18 months without payment. It ends in October – ready or not. The interest-free federal student loan payment hiatus, known as forbearance, has been extended three times after it first came into effect in March 2020 to help lessen the financial blow …

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