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I hear an awful lot about student loan debt from my students. I can commiserate as I have a healthy chunk myself from my many years as a student seeking one degree or another. As such, I am not shocke... Posted on 3/26/13 at 7:30 AM
IN THE BLACK The Price of Student Loans
In many cases, it may be necessary to take out student loans for your college education. However, it is important to keep track of how much you will need to pay back. Suze Orman has the guideline of... Posted on 3/3/13 at 11:53 AM
NDAD INSIGHTS Program provides financial option for life-enhancing gifts
Retail's "Black Friday" and "Cyber Monday" have come and gone, but the gift-buying season continues.
Some gifts are certain tobring smiles.
Yet, imagine the gift that can change someone's life -- fo... Posted on 11/27/12 at 3:57 PM
THE FLENSBURGER FILES Education should be encouraged, not denied
8:10 on a Wednesday morning in a lecture hall, waiting for the first class of the day to start. It is one of the introductory classes which provides students studying English with an insight to lite... Posted on 10/25/12 at 8:36 AM
REAL MONEY Facing Student Loans after Graduation
College graduation is approaching for many. It can be a very uncertain time financially so thinking of making loan payments when regular income is not established can be difficult. Unfortunately, many... Posted on 5/2/12 at 7:01 AM
State Attorney General Lori Swanson said the firms represent a new tactic of "advance-fee" mortgage-modification cons that try to capitalize on negative publicity about such schemes by portraying themselves as good guys who can help protect homeowners.
Flow Mobile is a small company with a bold plan to bring the next wave of mobile wireless communications to a big swath of rural America.
The Bismarck-based firm claims to have “game-changing” technology that makes it economically feasible to cover sparsely populated areas of 12 states in the Midwest and West.
The Obama administration intends to seek resolution to a lawsuit filed by American Indian farmers who alleged discrimination in the granting of federal agricultural loans over three decades. The lawsuit, filed in 1999, contends Indian farmers and ranchers lost about $500 million during the past three decades because of discrimination in lending from the Agriculture Department’s Farm Service Agency.
Minnesota’s Legislative Auditor said the office of Attorney General Lori Swanson has a few minor lapses in internal bookkeeping. The report said. Swanson’s office overall was run in adequate fashion. Auditors looked at the office from the beginning of Swanson’s term in January 2007 through March of this year. Swanson is a Democrat.
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