student loan

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The amount of financial obligations or monies owed—with accruing interest—to various parties by a medical student, usually understood to mean at the time of graduation from medical school

student loan

Medical student debt, see there.
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The education loans provided by the company seek to enable young Indians to meet their aspirations of higher education in India and abroad.
29 May 2013 - US student loan firm SLM Corp (NASDAQ:SLM), also known as Sallie Mae, unveiled today a plan to separate its business into an education loan management firm and a consumer banking business, both of which will be listed.
Thiruvananthapuram: A middle-age man in Agali in Palakkad district attempted suicide by consuming poison in front of a public sector bank today, apparently to protest the denial of an education loan to his daughter.
We have slashed rates on education loans across the board effective May 15,' said OBC chairman and managing director, SL Bansal.
19 -- "Credila's education loan approval before admission to the USA is the first ever in India
According to the data provided by the government, the outstanding education loans of 27 PSU banks at the end of the last fiscal ( 2009- 10) was ` 34,192 crore across 18,51,106 accounts.
Interest due and paid on a qualified education loan for qualified higher education expenses can be deducted (within limits) from adjusted gross income (AGI) (Sec.
Education loans with competitive interest rates--Federal, Undergraduate, Graduate, Professional and Career loan programs.
For over 50 years, Key Education Resources[R] has provided families federal and private parent and student education loans, payment plans, planning tools, helpful advice, and exceptional customer service.
221(d) defines this as a loan obtained to refinance other qualified education loans or to pay qualified higher education expenses (QHEEs) for an eligible student at an eligible educational institution.

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