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Nearly all applicants for the so-called temporary expanded public service loan forgiveness program have been denied.
A new study shows which country is minting billionaires faster.
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Most workers just stick with what benefits they've picked in the past, but that can be a costly mistake.
Some student loan borrowers are packing their bags and fleeing to other countries.