Concern grows about default rates on student loans in Kentucky


Archive for July, 2011

Concern grows about default rates on student loans in Kentucky

FRANKFORT Donald and Stacey Lee racked up about $70,000 in federally insured student loans (1 day ago)

Personal Finance: Lenders must disclose rejection reasons

If you’re not feeling a lender’s love, you’ll soon know exactly why you got jilted. (1 day ago)

Guest MMQB columnist Al Michaels: Across the nation, everyone is ready for some football

With Peter King on summer vacation, legendary broadcaster Al Michaels agreed to write today’s Monday Morning Quarterback column and discusses the nation’s thirst for football, the good and bad of hotels and more. (4 hours ago)

Woman jailed in stolen credit card scam

A 22-year-old New York woman has been jailed for her part in what a district judge called an alleged sophisticated ongoing enterprise? which saw her and an accomplice buy $10,000 worth of items. (10 hours ago)

U.s. Downgrade Would Ripple Into Every Home

The ripple effect from a Aaa downgrade would be widespread and potentially severe, impacting everything from local municipalities and the neighborhood bank to home mortgages and student loans. (13 hours ago)

Fisher Investments Looking for Qualified Candidates

WOODSIDE, Calif.—-Fisher Investments plans to maintain hiring as the firm experiences continued growth. Opportunities are available in its Washington and California offices. (8 hours ago)

Lawyer Indicted, Offshore Accounts, Groupon, Data Breaches: Compliance

Theodore L. Freedman, a former bankruptcy partner with the international law firm Kirkland & Ellis LLP, was indicted yesterday for understating his income by $2.1 million from 2001 to 2004. (4 hours ago)

Starwatch Consumer | Chrysler recalls Ram trucks; toy lead limits lowered; mortgage applications fall

Chrysler is recalling nearly 250,000 Ram pickups, because a bad part in the steering system can cause drivers to lose control of the truck, the Detroit automaker’s top-selling vehicle. (4 hours ago)

Personal Finance Topic #236 – Ugly Financial Decisions

Ugly Financial Decisions I have made some really bad financial decisions – but I’ve also made more good financial decisions. So I learn from my own mistakes as well as other people’s . . . (3 hours ago)

Identity thief gets 15 months in jail

HAMPTON A month after she was found guilty of bankruptcy fraud, Ramie Marston was sentenced to 15 months in prison for committing identity thefts while on federal probation for identity theft. (2 hours ago)