Ryan Lane Published 12:02 AM EDT Aug 19, 2019 Those who graduate college with student loans owe close to $30,000 on average, according to the most recent data from the Institute for College Access & Success. But they’ll likely repay thousands more than that because of interest. One key to limiting interest cost is choosing the right repayment plan. The bottom line? Opting for lower payments will cost you more overall. Using a tool like the Education Department’s Repayment Estimator can help you better understand potential costs. Here’s how much $30,000 in unsubsidized federal student loans would cost under different plans at the 2019-2020 undergraduate rate of 4.53%. Standard repayment Total repaid: $37,311 Monthly payment: $311 Repayment term: 120 months The standard plan splits loans into 120 equal payments over 10 years. Federal borrowers automatically start repayment under this plan, unless they choose a different option. Standard repayment adds … [Read more...] about How much you’ll really pay for that student loan
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White House 'It wasn’t that outstanding,' the president said at a news conference in Osaka, Japan. 'I think probably he was hit harder than he should have been hit.' OSAKA, Japan — Sen. Kamala Harris “received too much credit” for her attack on Joe Biden at Thursday night’s Democratic presidential debate, President Donald Trump said Saturday. “I think she was given too much credit for what she did. It wasn’t that outstanding,” Trump said at a news conference in Osaka, Japan, where he was attending the G-20 summit of the world’s largest economies. “I think probably he was hit harder than he should have been hit.”Story Continued Below Harris was the most discussed candidate following Thursday’s debate, the second of two debates this week that featured 20 Democrats vying for their party’s presidential nomination. In particular, the California lawmaker received attention for her decision to go after … [Read more...] about Trump: Kamala Harris got ‘too much credit’ for Biden attack
"Life is not a miracle. It is a natural phenomenon, and can be expected to appear whenever there is a planet whose conditions duplicate those of the Earth."Harold Urey One of the most exciting investigations going on right now in space is NASA's Kepler Mission, which is on the hunt for planets beyond our Solar System! Image credit: Dana Berry / NASA / Kepler Mission. From high above the Earth's atmosphere in outer space, Kepler points at a small region of our sky, sensitive to a remarkable 150,000 stars within our galaxy! Image credit: NASA / Kepler, retrieved from the Astronomical Society of the Pacific. Kepler has been observing these stars for years, now, monitoring the light coming from them. Stars -- much like our Sun -- are incredibly stable objects, with only the most minuscule of natural variations in their intrinsic brightness. But these stars do not simply exist in isolation; much like our own Solar System, a great many of these stars are suspected to have planets as well. … [Read more...] about How much like Earth is Kepler’s new planet? How we’ll find out!
Sarah Skidmore Sell, Ap Personal Finance Writer Updated 12:19 am PST, Tuesday, February 19, 2019 Husband and wife Andy Kraft and Amy Elias, of Portland, Ore., pose with their 2018 tax paperwork in their Portland home on Monday, Feb. 18, 2019. The couple got a small refund last year but this year owe more than $10,000 in taxes under the new tax law. less Husband and wife Andy Kraft and Amy Elias, of Portland, Ore., pose with their 2018 tax paperwork in their Portland home on Monday, Feb. 18, 2019. The couple got a small refund last year but this year owe more ... more Photo: Gillian Flaccus, AP Photo: Gillian Flaccus, AP Image 1 of / 7 Caption Close Image 1 of 7 Husband and wife Andy Kraft and Amy Elias, of Portland, Ore., pose with their 2018 tax paperwork in their Portland … [Read more...] about I owe how much? Americans shocked by impact of new tax law
Tuesday, February 05, 2019 by: Lance D Johnson Tags: angry leftists, anti-America, bravery, campus insanity, combat veterans, Crybullies, entitled snowflakes, extreme leftists, hate, humility, intolerance, justice, left cult, Left-wing, Liberty, patriotism, republic, reverence, sacrifice, Social Justice Warrior (Natural News) Emotionally-unstable and in need of “safe spaces,” left-wing Californians hate their country and the principles it stands for. This couldn’t be more evident than when the president of the Santa Barbara City College Board of Trustees, Robert Miller, announced an end to the pledge of allegiance during board meetings because it is “steeped in expressions of nativism and white nationalism.” According to Miller, the pledge of allegiance implies racism, heralding white-skinned people as the superior race. Robert Miller expressly stated in an email that he decided to “discontinue use of the Pledge of Allegiance” at board … [Read more...] about How much do left-wing Californians HATE America? They now say the Pledge of Allegiance is racist and full of “white nationalism”