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US:Law perspective ‘Chapter 13 bankruptcy is powerless to discharge student loan’

Chapter 13 bankruptcy is powerless to discharge student loan In America student loan debt sticks to the novices and lasts longer than expected. Neither Chapter 13 Bankruptcy nor Chapter 7 Bankruptcy can discharge this sticky debt account from your liability. Chapter 13 bankruptcy can arrange a repayment plan for your student loan but you cannot … Continue reading

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London Riots: Hired Provokers ?

In my area as I expected. Looks like hired provokers to me: Big white lads enter the shops, they start looting, and the stupid girls join in. And they will get targeted later. The provokers probably not. But most of them seem shocked. That’s a common theme for the vids I’m seeing. I am hearing … Continue reading

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“University challenge: Fears of a generation who’ll start working life £50k in debt”

“The next generation of university students will pay a high price for their degree. The application process for courses starting in September next year opens in six weeks and many students and their families are weighing the implications of tuition fees of up to £9,000 a year. These fees, plus living expenses while at college, … Continue reading

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“Students must not sell themselves short with ‘cut-price’ university deals”

Top students may be offered cash incentives to go to middle-ranking universities – damaging the prospects of the less well-off. (Comment: Really like University isnt a big risk in it’s self thesedays) Just when you thought higher education had suffered enough damage, here comes another blow. Middle-ranking universities have revealed that they may offer A-level … Continue reading

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“Engineering students happy with their courses but concerned about job prospects”

“Engineering students are happy with the quality of their university courses but concerned about their prospects of finding internships or graduate engineering jobs, according to a survey by targetjobsengineering.co.uk. Almost a thousand university students studying for engineering or related degrees participated. The overwhelming majority of students (95%) agreed that their degree is preparing them for … Continue reading

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“Stick to plans to tackle Britain’s debt, IMF tells Osborne”

“George Osborne was yesterday told to stick to his plans to tackle Britain’s towering debts despite worries about the sickly economy. The International Monetary Fund said that the recovery has ‘stalled’, inflation ‘remains elevated’, and unemployment ‘is still unacceptably high’ in a bleak report on the UK. It said the Chancellor should cut taxes temporarily … Continue reading

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“Half of Welsh firms fear they won’t survive the next year”

“HALF of Welsh businesses fear they will not survive the next year if the economy does not pick up dramatically. Worrying research suggests that nearly two thirds of firms are not expecting a full economic recovery for two years or more. And a leading Welsh economist last night warned of more uncertainty if unemployment levels … Continue reading

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“IMF details risks to UK economic growth”

“there are still “significant” risks to inflation, growth and unemployment in the UK. In its latest assessment of the UK, the IMF said growth would be 1.5% this year – less than the government expects. It backed the current austerity measures as “appropriate” to the present economic conditions. However, it warned the government may need … Continue reading

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“Paying Off Student Loans (www.studentloans.gov)”

“Student loans are a must have for anyone that is looking to attend a good university in the United States and they are often quite high at the moment. Even the loans that have a low interest rate will leave you in a high amount of debt by the time your university study is over … Continue reading

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“The Student Loans Company (SLC) overcharged graduates by £22.5 million last year”

“The Student Loans Company (SLC) overcharged graduates by £22.5 million last year, according to figures obtained by Moneysavingexpert.com. An average overpayment of £557 was taken from the pay packets of over 40,000 borrowers in the last financial year after the SLC continued to take payments from graduates who had already cleared their debt. Although the … Continue reading

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