US to pay $1.9 billion to lenders over mortgage fraud

The US Department of Justice will pay a record $1 billion to about a dozen mortgage servicers to resolve allegations of widespread mortgage fraud, including the sale of fake mortgages and the sale or transfer of subprime mortgages, the Justice Department said Thursday.In a letter to mortgage servicer representatives, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the […]

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How to get your loans forgiven in 12 steps

A few weeks ago, a reader sent me an article that detailed how to get some of your loans and repayments forgiven.Forgiveness is possible for loans with less than $25,000 of outstanding debt.You can apply for a forgiveness loan if you are on public assistance or have a spouse or child who is.You have to […]

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How to pay off student loans in six easy steps

How do you pay off your student loans?How do they work?What’s the best way to pay them off?These are all questions we’re going to be exploring in this guide, but we want to first offer a few guidelines for the reader to help clarify some of the terminology.Websites like NerdWallet and Paying Down Student Loans […]

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What if you had $1,000 in cash and no job?

The Federal Reserve has been criticized for its “inflation trap,” which means that it artificially keeps inflation low, which encourages people to borrow money to buy things that are not necessarily getting better value.It’s been called a “waste of money” that has led to the financial crisis.But what if you could earn money by doing […]

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