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US Student Loans Revise Repayments

Every country has a different set of criteria for repaying back their student loans. In the US, the Federal government have made an interesting change in the way in which those with outstanding student loans pay them back – stating that they can cap the repayments at 10% maximum of their disposable income. This reworked plan for repaying the student loan has been named REPAYE (Revised Pay As You Earn), and this is likely to make a massive difference to thousands of people struggling to live as well as pay back their student debt.

Who can benefit from this?

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What Are The Best Student Credit Cards?

Credit cards can be a brilliant tool when used responsibly, however, use a credit card the wrong way and you are likely heading for trouble. As a student, funds are limited, and so while it is inevitable you will wish to get a credit card, it is important that you choose the right one for your personal circumstance.

Should you always go for 0% interest?

The answer is almost always yes, choose a 0% interest credit card. However, you must be aware that you are still mostly charged interest on cash withdrawals. It is also vital that you work

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The Brain is Wrapped in One Giant Neuron

The brain is the most complex part of the body, and one that even experts will feely admit still baffles them at times. In terms of understanding the human brain, we have only just begun. The latest to be revealed by scientists is that there is one single giant neuron that is wrapped around our entire brain. Neurons are a form of brain cell that generate the bio-electrochemical signals that make each individual, an individual. This neuron in question forms part of a group of other neurons in the brain.

One of three long neurons, these are said to

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Average Household Debt on the Rise

It has been reported that the average American household has around $16,000 of debt, which is most commonly credit card debt. Much of this however is said to be due to rising living costs (but not rising wages), medical bills, and paying a mortgage. While most of us don’t worry about medical bills here in the UK, credit card debt and large mortgages are still very real, and our average household debt shows no sign of slowing down either.

Education

With England and Wales almost in the same position as Americans when it comes to further education and University

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How Do I Get Finance with a Bad Credit Score? – Bad Credit Score Loans

Whether hard times were to blame for your bad credit score, or irresponsible behaviour, trying to get finance again as a reformed character can feel impossible. Even if you find yourself in a position with a steady income, with a bad credit score you will be seen by lenders as high risk, with most of them only willing to lend at an extremely high interest rate. Here, we talk through a few options for getting finance when you have a bad credit score.

Click Here To get A List Of Lenders That Will Borrow You Money With A

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Climate Change To Cause Sickness and Chaos

You will have to have been living under a rock not to have heard about the effects of climate change – something that is very real, and it’s side effects can already be noticed now. Many people still discount climate change, or think of it as something that will affect the future generations only, but the natural disasters are already telling us that it is very much today’s problem. Whether it be the rising sea levels or the melting polar ice caps, climate change is set to cause more sickness and chaos than you might have realised.

Climate change

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