Banking

Misconceptions About Canceling Student Loans

At President Joe Biden’s house student loan policies is the idea of ​​canceling student loans. Biden wants to tackle student loan cancellation from two angles: one-time relief canceling $ 10,000 in debt for all federal student loan borrowers and a permanent cancellation option of $ 10,000 per year for borrowers …

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In the office of the real estate expert | Chroniclers

“Why does Citrus County need to hire an external real estate appraiser for the property in Ozello when they have a full appraisal service?” – question from a citizen in the Citrus County Chronicle on March 13. Cregg Dalton Recently, the Board of County Commissioners requested an appraisal on land …

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Abstention for the fifth consecutive week

The number of Americans currently participating in forbearance plans continues to decline, with the total number of currently forborne loans declining by six basis points to 4.96% of the volume of the loan portfolio. managers the previous week at 4.90% as of March 28, 2021. These results, from Mortgage Bankers …

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TIAA partners with tech start-up for small business student loan

Financial services provider TIAA has partnered with social impact tech start-up Savi to provide nonprofits with a student loan solution for their employees. This benefit is designed to help employees of nonprofit organizations immediately reduce their monthly student loan repayments and qualify over time for federal student loan balance relief …

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Minority-owned businesses waited months for loans, data shows

Paycheck Protection Program data shows many minority homeowners desperate for a loan did not receive one until the final weeks of the P3. Thousands of small minority-owned businesses were ultimately in the government’s coronavirus relief program, as many struggled to find banks that would accept their demands or were disadvantaged …

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Impact of a scholarship: Brie Jackson

With the freedom to pay student loans, Jackson embarked on a career in broadcast journalism as a reporter, a passion she developed during her time in Maryland. After graduating in 2003, Jackson began as a journalist near Salisbury before moving to South Carolina to cover politics, where she even served …

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