America has fallen woefully behind in providing adequate financial education to students and families, especially when it comes to student loans. Recent progress by government agencies, financial institutions and schools themselves is making up for lost time, but many college graduates will still face significant student loan debt that could...
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WASHINGTON — Skeptics dominated a conference on the impact of a proposed cap on debit interchange that was held on the same day Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke informed Congress that the Fed will miss an April 21 deadline to announce the regulation's final version.
WASHINGTON — A former chairman of the President's Council of Economic Advisors under the Clinton Administration likened the proposed cap on debit interchange to “pushing paper mail over email.”