IN THE BLACK The Price of Student Loans
In many cases, it may be necessary to take out student loans for your college education. However, it is important to keep track of how much you will need to pay back. Suze Orman has the guideline of... Posted on 3/3/13 at 11:53 AM
NDAD INSIGHT Program provides financial option for life-enhancing gifts
Retail's "Black Friday" and "Cyber Monday" have come and gone, but the gift-buying season continues.
Some gifts are certain tobring smiles.
Yet, imagine the gift that can change someone's life -- fo... Posted on 11/27/12 at 3:57 PM
REAL MONEY Facing Student Loans after Graduation
College graduation is approaching for many. It can be a very uncertain time financially so thinking of making loan payments when regular income is not established can be difficult. Unfortunately, many... Posted on 5/2/12 at 7:01 AM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Payday loan collection calls scam
BISMARCKAttorney General Wayne Stenehjem warns North Dakota residents to be on the alert for conmen posing as collectors of payday loan debts.
The scammers call individuals and threaten legal action ... Posted on 9/9/10 at 12:39 PM
Farmers in Barnes, Eddy, Foster and Stutsman counties who suffered physical and production losses because of drought conditions occurring July 10 and continuing may now apply for Farm Service Agency Emergency Loans, Farm Loan Manager Wynn M Rasmussen said.
The North Dakota Public Finance Authority and the state-owned Bank of North Dakota are offering low-interest disaster loans to farmers, businesses and political subdivisions impacted by bad weather including flooding.
The White House and key lawmakers are considering reductions in student loan subsidies, farm payments and support for federal workers’ pensions as they search for cuts that can clear the way for an increase in the national debt limit, according to officials in both parties.
By David Espo, The Associated Press
, May 19, 2011
Jasper Schneider, USDA Rural Development state director, has announced that the statewide direct home loan limit in all North Dakota counties will increase from $147,500 to $179,000. The change in USDA policy will allow more low- and moderate-income earners to purchase housing.
Schneider said the increase was a step in the right direction for North Dakotans looking into home ownership.
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