Finance

4 top ways the FAFSA can help pay for your education

The Free Federal Student Aid Application (FAFSA) opens the door to federal student aid, which includes low-rate student grants and loans. If you are wondering how to pay for your education, the FAFSA can help you get financial aid from a variety of sources. Since financial need is not necessarily …

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ASEAN banks brace for bad debt influx amid coronavirus devastation

SINGAPORE – Across the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, banks brace for a surge of non-performing loans as the coronavirus pandemic shakes business cash flows and creates difficulties in repaying debt debt. Singapore-based Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp. said on Friday that its net profit for the first quarter ended March fell …

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Approval of Apple Card Applicants with Low Credit Score: Report

Apple Card, Apple’s new credit card, applications are now available for iPhone users. The bank behind the card, Goldman Sachs, approved users of the card who have “subprime” credit ratings under Apple’s leadership, CNBC reported. Sources told CNBC that Apple has asked Goldman Sachs to ensure that as many iPhone …

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The Sony flogging | The motley madman

There is a bit of outrage emanating from the blogosphere. Apparently, Sony (NYSE: SNE) was caught in the act of creating a fake blog – “flog” is the term for this sort of thing – to entice consumers to buy his PSP devices. The site may have been taken down, …

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Investigation – The New Indian Express

Through Express press service NEW DELHI: While the moratorium offered some relief to India’s NPA figures last year, a FICCI-IBA survey found that a large majority of bankers expect debt rates to doubtful increase sharply in the first six months of 2021. The results are part of the 12th round …

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