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 How Can I Get Funds From the Government to Go to School?

Answer The only source of student loans is now the federal government. Under the new student loan regime passed in 2010, new and existing students have no choice but to go to the government for their loan... Read More »
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Government Funds for Colleges?

The cost of paying for a college education increases each year. The largest source of funding for college in America is the U.S. Department of Education student aid programs, including both grants ... Read More »
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Are U.S. government bond funds taxable?

The interest on U.S. government bonds is subject to federal income taxes at the date of maturity. Government bonds are not taxable at the state or local government level. Series H and series HH bon... Read More »
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Why didn't ford ask for funds from the government?

Ford Motor Company did not seek federal bailout funds in 2008 and 2009 when a recession struck. By contrast, General Motors and Chrysler, the two other members of the Detroit Three, the name given ... Read More »
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What Are the U.S. Government Regulations of Mutual Funds?

Mutual funds are regulated by all the same laws that govern other investment activities in the U.S. The Investment Company Act of 1940 imposes additional restrictions that are specific to mutual fu... Read More »
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