1. Part 3 of 5: ASK Breakfast April 2012 - Financial Fitness


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    Guest Speaker: Bernita Williams Topic: Financial Fitness Date: April 17, 2012 Part 3 of 5: Brief Tips on Repaying Student Loans Leading the discussion will be Bernita Williams, Financial Advisor at Waddell & Reed, Inc. Bernita joined the financial industry with a sincere passion to share her vision of making others’ financial dreams come true. She has conducted numerous seminars, workshops, and interviews on how to be financially fit and is a financial education partner in the Money Smart Week program sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank. For more information about DePaul Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK), visit ask.depaul.edu.

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    • YNAB Goes to College!


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      During this course we cover: YNAB's four rules of cash flow Getting started in three steps Saving for college Handling student loans Paying back student loans

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        "In the United States where student loan totals over $1 trillion, it is now greater than credit card debt. New York University tops the list of not-for-profit universities with the highest amount of student debt, a whopping $659 Million. Nearly 50 percent of NYU student body is borrowing money through student loans. Starting in July, if the low interest rate of 3.4 percent isn't reinstated it could triple up to 6.8 percent, which represents an average $2,000 increase over the course of paying back the loan. As prices soar, a college degree statistically remains a good lifetime investment, but it often comes with an unprecedented financial burden.”

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        • The Higher Education Bubble


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          Some economists think our education system is forming a bubble and, just like the housing bubble, it's is on the verge of bursting. Created for educationnews.org

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          • Stand Your Ground #2 "What Happens When You Sing In A Chase Bank"


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            In honor of the collective student us debt reaching 1 trillion we present Stand Your Ground #2 "What Happens When You Sing In A Chase Bank" For More Information On Student Debt Please Visit http://www.finaid.org/loans/studentloandebtclock.phtml For More Information On Peak Intern Please Visit http://peakintern.tumblr.com

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            • Obama Loans


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              • MoneyLife Videocast for Tuesday, May 8, 2012


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                College costs got you over a barrel? Chuck Bentley shares 4 ways to help you and your children attend college debt free.

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                • Weekly Address: Helping our Veterans Make Informed Decisions about Higher Education


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                  President Obama discusses a new Executive Order designed to crack down on the bad actors who prey on our veterans and service members considering higher education.

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                  • Inside Boulder News - April 27, 2012


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                    This week on Inside Boulder News: President Obama talks student loans at CU; the city manager discusses the selection of an Energy Future director; EnergySmart and SmartRegs win national award; young people earn recognition for volunteer service; and historic train makes move to the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden.

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                    • 1T Day: As US Student Debt Hits $1 Trillion, Occupy Protests Planned for Campuses Nationwide


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                      Democracynow.org -- Today marks what activists are calling 1-T Day: The day U.S. student debt reaches $1 trillion. A coalition of groups from Occupy Wall Street plan to gather on college campuses and communities around the country to protest record-high college costs, and call for an extension of low-interest rates on federally subsidized Stafford loans. In a bid to court the youth vote, President Obama weighed in on student debt on Tuesday with a speech at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. "The vast majority of the $1 trillion worth of student debt is actually held by Wall Street banks," says Pamela Brown, a Ph.D. student who helped launch the "Occupy Student Debt Campaign" Pledge of Refusal. "Those banks actually securitized these loans, and they sell them off, and they make enormous profits from them," Brown says. We also speak with David Harvey, a professor and author whose most recent book is "Rebel Cities: From the Right to the City to the Urban Revolution." "There has been this immense attempt by corporations and the wealthy and so on to pass the costs of education onto the people who are being educated," says Harvey. "They don’t want to pay for training their own labor force. They want their labor force to train itself and then they’ll use it." To watch the complete independent, weekday news hour, read the transcript, download the podcast, and for more information about Democracy Now!, please visit http://www.democracynow.org FOLLOW DEMOCRACY NOW! ONLINE: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/democracynow Twitter: @democracynow Subscribe on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/democracynow Listen on SoundCloud: http://www.soundcloud.com/democracy-now Daily Email News Digest: http://www.democracynow.org/subscribe Please consider supporting independent media by making a donation to Democracy Now! today, visit http://www.democracynow.org/donate/VM

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