1. Student Debt Burden Solution Part 2


    from Illusionist Added 58 1 0

    Students are deeper in debt than ever before. The cost of a college education is rising faster than the cost of medical care and as much as three times as fast as consumer prices. The rich are not suffering during this economic meltdown, in fact they are doing better than ever. So why is this nation taking money from those who need it the most and giving it away to the richest people in the nation? Once the tax cuts are completely phased in, a staggering 52.5% of the benefits will go to the the richest 5% of taxpayers. The situation is compounded by the fact that most US corporations pay absolutely no tax at all, while they reap the benefits of local services such a police and fire protection, road and bridge maintenance, state department and military protection. These are NOT CHEAP, and if they are not paying for it, WE ARE!

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    • The College Bubble 2.0 #TheCollegeBubble2 @CrushTheStreet


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      Get the 2 Free Income Reports, no College Degree Required: http://crushthestreet.com/college To date, CrushTheStreet.com's most watched video was our March 2014 "College Bubble." Today, we'd like to update everyone on this upcoming crisis that's affecting America's youth, with the release of our brand new mini-doc, College Bubble 2.0. In just one year, loan debt is up nearly 30%. An extra $200 billion has been doled out by our government in the name of helping high school graduates further th

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      • Confused about financial aid?


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        Applying for Pell grants, Cal grants, scholarships, Stafford loans, Perkins loans, Parent loans, subsidized, unsubsidized, tax forms, dates and deadlines can be confusing. You may ask, “How does anybody do this?!” Don’t give up. You’re not alone. Most people feel lost when dealing with financial aid. It doesn't have to be that way. CBU will help you through the process and find the money you need to finance your education. Visit http://calbaptist.edu/finaid

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