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New York Post

US student debt might lead to the next financial crisis
New York Post
In may not be trigonometry, but if you do the math, there is a great divide in how an estimated $2 trillion will be paid back in the near future. For some analysts, US student debt has shades of the subprime crisis that felled the economy back in 2008.



CNBC

Despite the economic recovery, student debtors' 'monster in the closet' has only worsened
CNBC
Yet one area has only worsened over the decade and threatens that recovery: student debt. Average debt at graduation is currently around $30,000, up from $10,000 in the early 1990s. The country's outstanding student loan balance is projected to swell ...

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WTOP

10 unexpected debt traps — and how to avoid them
WTOP
In theory, staying out of debt seems like a straightforward process: By not spending more than you can afford, you'll be debt-free. However, as millions of Americans with debt can attest, it can be more complicated than that. Common attitudes toward ...



The National Interest Online

Pakistan's Debt May Be an Opportunity in Disguise
The National Interest Online
While the world stands to benefit from a more developed and stable Pakistan, Beijing's lending approach and Pakistan's mounting debt are likely to deliver questionable results. Washington's proposed “reset” of relations with Pakistan under Prime ...

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New York Post

Next crash will be 'worse than the Great Depression': experts
New York Post
Ten years ago, it was too-easy credit that brought financial markets to their knees. Today, it could be a global debt of $247 trillion that causes the next crash. After a decade of escalating US household debt brought on by low wages and the national ...

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Barron's

A Safer Way to Invest in Private Debt
Barron's
The interval fund, an old product, is gaining new traction among fund managers. Created in the 1990s, these funds provide access to illiquid assets as investors turn toward private markets–such as direct lending, private equity, and real estate–that ...



Herald-Mail Media

Don't Catch Sexually Transmitted Debt!
Herald-Mail Media
"I picked up a really bad case of debt from my ex, and I can't get rid of it." You can pick up several unpleasant surprises from a sexual partner, but have you considered painful, lasting financial ramifications? According to a recent survey from ...

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Forbes

The US Cities Where Millennials Have The Highest Levels Of Debt [Infographic]
Forbes
It's a well-known fact that urban millennials across the U.S. are ridden with debt. A new LendingTree study has shown just how bad the situation has become for young Americans with the median debt balance for millennials living in the country's 50 ...



Forbes

Refinancing vs. Consolidating Business Debt -- What's the Difference?
Forbes
When it comes time to make a change to the structure of your business debt, you have a few options available to you as a small business owner. Each aims to make your debt less of a burden over time and reduce the overall cost to you. If evening out ...



Motley Fool

Secured vs. Unsecured Debt: What's the Difference?
Motley Fool
Debt comes in two varieties: secured and unsecured. In most cases, you don't get a choice between the two: The type of debt is determined by the type of loan you're applying for. Still, it pays to understand the differences between secured and ...
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