Federal Student Loan Forbearance vs. Forbearance: What’s the Difference? – US News & World Report | Vette Leader

Forbearance and forbearance are options for eligible borrowers who want to avoid defaulting on their government student loans. Because student loan debt is difficult to pay off—even in bankruptcy—it’s best to work with your student loan administrator or lender to keep your loan in good shape during tough financial times, especially if you plan to … Read more

Real Estate Entrepreneur Teaches Wholesale Market Strategies – Forbes | Vette Leader

Gen-Z continues the learning journey on the merits of real estate investing. Getty Images Financial literacy is a top priority for students who wish to graduate from high school in order to be prepared for real-world responsibilities. However, according to a CNBC report, there are no federal guidelines for teaching personal finance in schools. As … Read more

Student loan payments may not resume until August. Here’s what borrowers need to know – CNBC | Vette Leader

President Joe Biden and Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona. The Washington Post | The Washington Post | Getty Images It’s been nearly three years since people on federal student loans had to make a debt repayment, and the Biden administration recently announced borrowers have even more time. In March 2020, as the coronavirus pandemic first … Read more

Student loan payments may not resume until August. Here’s what borrowers need to know – CNBC | Vette Leader

President Joe Biden and Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona. The Washington Post | The Washington Post | Getty Images It’s been nearly three years since people on federal student loans had to make a debt repayment, and the Biden administration recently announced borrowers have even more time. In March 2020, as the coronavirus pandemic first … Read more

What Happens to Student Loan Forgiveness? Here’s the latest, including an extension to the payment pause – CNBC | Vette Leader

When the Biden administration announced its student loan forgiveness plan in August, it was an unprecedented move to reduce borrowers’ $1.6 trillion in debt. However, the forgiveness plan now faces several legal challenges, leaving borrowers wondering what will happen next. In the past two months, student loan forgiveness has been the target of two high-profile … Read more

Another salvo in cash-strapped public universities debt crisis – University World News | Vette Leader

KENYA Kenya’s public universities could benefit from debt relief to help them cope with pressing financial pressures and save them from impending closure. This follows a push by the Universities Fund (UF) – the agency that manages funding for public universities on behalf of the government – to renegotiate the debt to ease repayment obligations. … Read more

A Florida teacher thought she had paid off her student loan debt 20 years ago. Then she got a bill for a million dollars. – CBS News | Vette Leader

For nearly a decade, the government took hundreds of dollars out of the paychecks of a Florida woman named Michelle each month to pay off old student loans that were unpaid and overdue. The process, known as garnishment, is legal, and the US Department of Education can order it on a person’s wages, tax returns, … Read more

A Florida teacher thought she had paid off her student loan debt 20 years ago. Then she got a bill for a million dollars. – CBS News | Vette Leader

For nearly a decade, the government took hundreds of dollars out of the paychecks of a Florida woman named Michelle each month to pay off old student loans that were unpaid and overdue. The process, known as garnishment, is legal, and the US Department of Education can order it on a person’s wages, tax returns, … Read more

5 things to know for November 23: Walmart shooting, Trump, student loans, layoffs, Covid – CNN | Vette Leader

CNN — AAA forecasts that nearly 55 million people in the US will travel this Thanksgiving holiday weekend. The 5 Things team also head out to spend time with family and friends, so we’re taking a few days off. We’ll be back on Sunday. Until then, here’s what you need to know to get up … Read more

‘There’s a lot at stake.’ Why there’s pressure on Congress to renew the expanded child tax credit this year – CNBC | Vette Leader

Parents and carers from the Economic Security Project gather outside the White House to lobby for the Child Tax Credit ahead of the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health September 20 in Washington, DC. Larry French | Getty Images Entertainment | Getty Images Thanks to the Expanded Child Tax Credit, millions of families … Read more