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When COVID emergency funds end, student loan payments begin

ELMIRA, NY (WETM) – Before long, some 40 million Americans will have to start paying down their debt. Initially, when the COVID outbreak began, the government suspended payments to banks and lenders due to the collapsing economy and labor market. Some lawmakers want more direct payments, new stimulus checks As …

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Bill protects professional licenses from student loan defaulters

BOSTON (SHNS) – Thirty-one years after the legislature codified a policy allowing professional enrollment boards to deny or revoke licenses for those who fail to repay their student loans, a group of lawmakers are pushing their colleagues to ban this practice. Representative Natalie Higgins, who introduced one of the many …

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Japan grants the 3rd tranche of its support loan to PHL

A Japanese yen banknote is visible in this illustrative photo taken on June 1, 2017. – REUTERS / THOMAS WHITE THE Philippines received 20 billion yen (8.71 billion pesos) as part of the third tranche of the 50 billion yen support loan from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), which …

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AB Linas Agro Group receives a syndicated loan granted by

Linas Agro Group, agro-food, food production and international trade company, is borrowis lying funds from Luminor, Swedbank and SEB banks. The syndicated loan will be used to finance the acquisition of companies of the KG Group, and will be allowed under permission to execute said acquisition issued by the Lithuanian …

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Federal College PLUS loans can trap parents in debt

“Things are getting really out of hand for borrowers facing repeated economic or financial ups and downs, especially when they have high interest loans like PLUS loans,” Looney said. Join Michael Barbaro and the “The Daily” team as they celebrate students and teachers who end a year like no other …

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Rajasthan begins granting harvest loans

The government of Rajasthan began providing crop loans during the COVID-19 pandemic to farmers who benefited from the loan waiver in 2018 and 2019 after becoming in default. The move is expected to benefit more than 7.50 lakh farmers who have been denied further loans because their past due debt …

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