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2017

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  • For-profit colleges thrive off of inequality. For-profit colleges do not simply participate in revenue-generating activities, as do all institutions of higher education. Instead, for-profit colleges are also defined by their profit-seeking imperative.
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  • How to make your money last as long as you do. How long should you plan to live? No one can really know, of course. But the answer to that question may be the most critical factor in making a successful financial plan for retirement.
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  • Republicans make killing consumer protections a top priority. There’s a lot important stuff going down that our leaders need to deal with — immigration, climate change, Russians running amok. So what are Republican lawmakers doing? They’re busy with legislation aimed at stripping Americans…
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  • La lealtad a su tarjeta de crédito tiene precio. Los emisores de dinero de plástico están lanzando muchas ofertas que pueden ser financieramente muy atractivas Si lleva más de 10 años con la misma tarjeta de crédito en su bolsillo sepa que no es…
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  • CFPB, Cordray, win second chance to avoid a trump firing. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and embattled director Richard Cordray won a second chance to defend his independence from the political pressure of being fired at any time for any, or no, reason by President…
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  • Haunted by student debt past age 50. The experience of being crushed by student debt is no longer limited to the young. New federal data shows millions of Americans who are retired or nearing retirement face this burden, as well as the…
 

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