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On July 1, the interest rate charged on newly issued federal Direct Subsidized Loans for college (formerly Stafford Loans) increased from 3.4 percent to 6.8 percent. While there is some hope Congress may roll back part of the increase, parents may request your help deciding whether these loans still make sense. This is one reason to add college finance counseling to your repertoire of client services.

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