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Current Legislature Affecting Future Federal Student Loan Interest Rates
Legislation Affecting Student Loan Interest Rates The House of Representatives is voting on a bill today (January 17, 2007) that will mean changes in the student loan industry. This bill will reduce the interest rates on new federal student loans fr
Nextstudent Efas Trained to Deliver Premier Service in Student Loan Industry
NextStudent, the Phoenix-based premier education funding company, assigns every customer a personal Education Finance Advisor (EFA) to direct them through the student loan process. This personalized attention ensures that every borrower receives the
Comparing the Responses of Ontario and Alberta to Kyoto Accord: Part II
At the same time, Ontario Clean Air Alliance absolutely supports the ratification of the Kyoto Protocol and emphasizes the need to switch from coal generation of energy to natural gas. Ontario is determined to shut down the active coal power plants
Comparing the Responses of Ontario and Alberta to Kyoto Accord: Part I
Response of Alberta to Kyoto is rather radical: it ran a $1.5 million ad campaign titled Why Alberta Opposes the Kyoto Protocol. Alberta estimated a 35% economic burden as a result of reduction in gas emission and, consequently, a reduction in emp
Increasing Child Care Costs: Employer Side
There are fours basic types of child care alternatives that can be provided by an employer: flexible benefits and spending options, referral services, child care consortium, and on sight facilities. Each of the options requires different amount of c
Increasing Child Care Costs: Finding the Solution
There is a positive correlation between the costs and quality of child care services provided and the employment rate among women. Single mothers, as the most economically vulnerable part of population, are the most sensitive to child care costs. Ev
Causes of World Hunger
Malnutrition, or hunger, is a general term that stands for a lack of some or all of the key nutritional elements that are necessary for normal human health. Protein energy malnutrition, the basic and the most dangerous type of hunger, affects every
How Attending a Christian College Can Change your Life
Spring is the time of year when many high school seniors are either rushing to complete college applications or waiting to hear from their college or colleges of choice, living in hope that the financial aid award will be sufficient, and moving into
Low Black Intelligence; a Racial Myth With Questionable Statistical Data
You might have heard that black intelligence is lower than the white intelligence. Philosophically blurred, scientifically unconfirmed and practically unproven intelligence tests have colored even the abstract impression. They are not sure for intel
Consolidating During your Grace Period
One of the benefits of a federal student loan is that after graduation you are given a six month grace period before you are expected to make payments. If you graduated or dropped below half-time status this summer your grace period is most likely a
Need More College Money Than your Fafsa Says you Can Have?
Federal Education Services, a federal student loan funding company, offers a Graduate PLUS Loan Program that extends directly to graduate and professional students the same benefits that traditional PLUS loans extend to the parents of undergraduate
Undergraduates Reap Benefits of Parent Plus Loans
From sticker shock at escalating tuition costs to federal financial aid making less of a dent in the college bill, parents of college students need a fighting chance when it comes to financing their students college education. Oftentimes, a parents
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