Graduates to pay less interest on student loans from September
Millions of graduates will pay less interest on their student loans from September, the Government has today confirmed
14 August 2015
Received a letter from Erudio quoting outdated regulations? Let us know
A graduate has reported receiving a letter from student loans provider Erudio, which quoted incorrect regulations
17 March 2015
Are you an Erudio student loan holder? We want your feedback
We want your thoughts on Erudio's revised deferral form and revised 'how to guide' on applying for deferral
31 October 2014
Guest comment: How banking bonuses have hit student loan repayments
Freelance higher education writer Andrew McGettigan explains how banking bonuses have affected the new deferment rate
22 October 2014
Student Loans Company must stop 'misleading' debt collection tactics, Government says
A Government minister has told the Student Loans Company not to use 'misleading tactics' to collect debt
8 July 2014
300,000 graduates sent fake debt collection firm letters by Student Loans Company
The Student Loans Company's letter purports to be from a debt recovery firm called
4 July 2014
Erudio Student Loans: Graduates have money taken from accounts despite deferring
It's the latest in a string of problems borrowers have faced since Erudio bought the mortgage-style loans book
29 April 2014
Payday loans: Government ignores calls to ban kids' TV ads
The Government has rebuffed MoneySavingExpert.com's calls to ban payday loan adverts from children's TV
24 March 2014
Payday lenders to share real-time information on borrowers
Payday lenders are to use an information sharing service on consumers' borrowing habits to help improve loan decisions
15 January 2014
MPs back MSE's call to ban payday loan ads from kids' TV
BIS Select Committee says children's programmes are 'not an acceptable place' for payday loan adverts
20 December 2013
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