Monthly archive January, 2006
WASHINGTON, DC – Members of the House Democrat’s 30-Something’s working group were troubled by the President’s dismissal of the $12.7 billion student loan cut in the Republican budget at a Kansas State University Q&A earlier today. Keep Reading: Bush forced to answer for large student loan cut in Republican budget

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Looking for information about college educational funding? New articles have been posted that help college students get financial aid and for graduates to cope with student loans: How Student Loan Consolidation Works Student Loan Forgiveness Programs The Value of a College Degree

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The Scholarship Guide gives away a $5,000 scholarship twice per year. Unlike the majority of programs, this award can be used to pay off student loans. Would reducing your student loan debt by $5000 be a big help to you? If so apply for The Scholarship Guide program and you could pay off student loans earlier. You must be at least 13 years of age and a US resident to enter. The next award will be given on June 25th, 2006 $5000 Student Loan Payoff

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