11 Feb

Credit Crisis May Make College Loans More Costly

Credit Crisis May Make College Loans More Costly
Many college students across the nation will begin to see higher costs for loans this spring, while others will be turned away by banks altogether as the credit crisis roiling the U.S. economy spreads into yet another sector, student lenders and Wall …
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The Scrooge Takes a Look at Investing in Micro-Loans
You’ll get your money back but will you be doing any good? A micro-loan is a small loan, typically less than $ 1,000. These loans are generally made to very poor people all over the world, for the purpose of helping them start a business. For example, one …
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Auto Loans Up, Delinquencies Down
Auto lending is up and delinquencies are down, according data cruncher Equifax. The firm’s latest credit-trend report says the total balance of auto financing mid-way through 2014 is $ 902.2 billion, a record high. It’s an increase of more than 10% from …
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