Tag: income

What Counts as Income?

You know what time it is! It’s the Daily J! Alright – good one – I like this one because I get this a lot from my older veterans: J is disability or social security considered income? Brother – that’s the best kind of income you can get man! You can’t get fired and they […]

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Can Money Buy Happiness?

While many of us go through life with the persuit of money on our minds, we’re often told that money can’t buy happiness. But what truth is there in the saying? Is there a correlation between money and happiness? And, if so, how can we use it to our advantage? Humans are very sensitive to […]

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Solving Student Debt

Student loan debt a national crisis I’m in debt $70.000 Student loan debt keeps growing! The last administration blamed greedy bankers taking big profits Unnecessary middle men in administering student loans. So government would take over student loans We take the middle man out! We take the banker out of the picture. Because they’re taking […]

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Bush On Low Income Loans To Encourage Buying Homes

george bush talking about the sort of uh… his plan to enable everyone on the planet even if they didn’t have a job to be able to get a mortgage that’s where you talk about who would benefit from that and the single greatest burger first-time homeownership is a high it is really hard for […]

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Want to Avoid Student Loans? Sell Your Future.

Some of the casualties of the recent economic downturn have been students and former students who are carrying huge burdens of loans from their education. Now these are not the government backed loans that have very low interest rates. These are loans taken out in the private sector that have much higher interest rates that […]

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Colleges explore alternatives to student loans

ADRIENNE: THE STUDENT LOAN CRISIS. $1.5 TRILLION AND COUNTING. I’M ADRIENNE PEDERSEN. TODAY, ON “UPFRONT,” A FIRST OF its kind program IN WISCONSIN OFFERING AN ALTERNATIVE TO TRADITIONAL STUDENT LOANS. WE’LL LOOK AT INCOME SHARE AGREEMENTS AND SEE HOW THEY CAN HELP STUDENTS, AND THE BROADER ECONOMY. PLUS, REPUBLICAN LAWMAKERS SEND GOVERNOR EVERS THEIR PLAN […]

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