Tue, 31 May 2016 19:45:46 GMT

Business Standard

Loan pain to choke PSBs' dividend payout
Business Standard
Mindful of the severe pressure on the public-sector banks (PSBs) to make provisions for bad loans and weak financials, the government has estimated a dividend payout of Rs 2,672 crore from 16 banks for 2016-17. According to the government's Outcome ...

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Tue, 31 May 2016 19:20:35 GMT

Feingold campaign, UW students push student loan refinancing proposal
The Republican senator voted against Warren's proposal to allow student loan borrowers to refinance their loans at significantly lower interest rates. To prevent the bill from adding to the federal deficit, it would enact the "Buffett Rule," imposing a ...

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Tue, 31 May 2016 19:13:00 GMT

Detroit Free Press

Prison for Macomb man who used torture to extort loan
Detroit Free Press
A Roseville man was sentenced today to serve at least nine years in prison in an extortion case in which he was accused of tying up another man in a basement, then using a hammer and nails to torture him into agreeing to make a $14,000 loan. Edward ...


Tue, 31 May 2016 12:37:36 GMT

U.S. News & World Report

Use Credit Card Rewards to Pay Student Loans
U.S. News & World Report
Student loan borrowers can use rewards points on credit cards and apply these points to pay off their student loans – federal or private. "When I pay my student loans, I pay from a check that is granted by Citibank," says Dolce, who has been using this ...
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Tue, 17 May 2016 18:57:33 GMT

Credit Card Debt vs. Installment Loans: Which to Pay Down First?
NerdWallet (blog)
If you want to pay down your debt, you are most likely researching ways to do just that. A common question that comes to mind is which should be paid down first, your credit card debt or installment loans, which include mortgages, car loans and student ...

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Tue, 17 May 2016 14:19:21 GMT

Manappuram Finance plans co-branded debit card to expand gold loan business
Economic Times
NEW DELHI: Kerala-based non banking finance company Manappuram Finance plans to launch co-branded debit card to offer gold loans to customers without bank account.. The company is in talks with a few banks to launch the co-branded cards scheme, ...

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