10 Feb

What Amazon’s Move Into Student Loans Could Mean for Borrowers

What Amazon’s Move Into Student Loans Could Mean for Borrowers
Update: Amazon and Wells Fargo ended their student loan partnership on Aug. 31, about a month after the agreement was announced. Here are the details. The news that Amazon, in partnership with Wells Fargo, has begun offering private student loans is a …
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Student Loans: Repayment Options
This is the second in a series on student loans. Be sure to check out our previous post on the basics of student loans! After graduation, you typically have a 6 month grace period before loan payments are due. Interest does accrue during this period, so if …
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Military Loans
Military Loans are personal loans designed exclusively for military personnel (active duty and career-retired). Most online Military Lenders advertise their cash loans ranging from $ 500.00 to $ 10,000.00, and offer their customers the ability to easily …
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Feds to Back Risky Home Loans Again
Critics warn that government agencies are making the same mistakes that led to the economic downturn of 2008. Federal agencies have made a series of recent moves that could precipitate another housing crisis similar to the one in 2008, experts say, again …
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