Education/529

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Obama Scraps Ratings Of U.S. Colleges On Cost, Value

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The Obama administration scrapped a plan to give government ratings to U.S. colleges, bowing to criticism from higher education leaders that the system could be unfair.

Housing In U.S. Seen Boosted By Millennials Finally Buying Homes

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A greater share of U.S. millennials say they’re likely to buy a home this year, adding to evidence that first-time buyers are finally entering the real estate market and fueling a jump in sales.

For-Profit Colleges Lose Bid To Block Student Loan Rules

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For-profit colleges lost their bid to block an Education Department rule denying funds to schools that saddle students with excess debt.

Moody's May Reduce Ratings On $34 Billion Of Student-Loan Bonds

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Moody’s Investors Service said that it may lower ratings on about $34 billion of securities backed by U.S. government-insured student loans.

CFPB: Private Student Lenders Making It Difficult To Refinance, Remove Cosigners

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The agency says private student lenders are making it too tough for borrowers to refinance education loans at lower interest rates and to remove cosigners.

Marco Rubio's Retirement Account Moves Are A Definite No-No, Advisor Says

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Marco Rubio's approach to personal finance could make some retirement advisors cringe.

Student-Loan Refinancing Boom Could Cost Taxpayers Billions

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Private lenders are siphoning off the quality lenders in the student loan market, which could damage the credit quality of the government's loan program.

That Post-College Bartender Job Could Stunt Your Career For A Decade

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An analysis by the Economic Policy Institute finds the Class of 2015 will likely see lower wages than cohorts that graduated into better job markets for as long as 15 years.

Study: More High School Students, Parents Saving For College

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A survey found that 82 percent of high school seniors believe it is their responsibility to pay for at least part of their higher education.

If Your Clients Are Still Paying Children's Bills, They're Not Alone

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In 2015, 36 percent of parents said in a poll published this week that they expect to support their child for more than two years after graduation, up from 18 percent the year before.

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