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 "A failure to list a reportable asset on the FAFSA is considered fraud," said Lynnette Khalfani Cox, CEO of AskTheMoneyCoach.com and author of “College Secrets: How to Save Money, Cut College Costs and Graduate Debt Free.”
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"A failure to list a reportable asset on the FAFSA is considered fraud," said Lynnette Khalfani Cox, CEO of AskTheMoneyCoach.com and author of “College Secrets: How to Save Money, Cut College Costs and Graduate Debt Free.”

Grandparents’ college help, even savings plans, could end up hurting students

Students could become less eligible for federal financial aid when grandparents help them pay college expenses.


 A pedestrian walks past the corporate headquarters of health insurer Anthem in Indianapolis. The Blue Cross Blue Shield insurer suffered a major data hack affecting nearly 80 million customers.

Massive Anthem data breach may affect up to 750,000 Pennsylvanians

It’s unclear how many of those affected are past or present Highmark customers, or come from other Pennsylvania-based Blues plans.



Giant Eagle to close all 8 Good Cents locations

The O’Hara grocer is giving up on its limited assortment discount grocery model meant to compete with chains like Aldi and Save-A-Lot.



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Highmark Health names new board chairman

Highmark Health’s board chair since 2005, J. Robert Baum, is leaving the position and has been replaced by a PNC banking executive.



Manufacturing woes rise; experts eye higher wages

A study has predicted a hefty shortage of skilled workers. But skeptics say higher pay would take care of the problem.



 The practical but popular Toyota Camry gets a new look for the 2015 model year.

Scott Sturgis / Driver’s Seat: 2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid SE Sedan lives up to the hype

Other auto writers are going to beat me up — again — but the Camry is a top seller for a reason. It’s still not cool, but not bad, either.



Yellen: Fed will hold off on hiking interest rates

Yellen: Fed won't hike interest rates until it sees more economic progress, stronger inflation.


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Consumer prices plunge 0.7 percent on cheaper gas costs

Plunge in gas prices last month lowered consumer prices by the most in six years. But excluding volatile food and energy costs, prices rose.



Range Resources posts fourth-quarter gain

Texas-based oil and gas producer will continue to focus on Marcellus Shale development in 2015, drill two Utica Shale wells in Washington


 

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People on the move: 2/24/2015

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U.S. health official says no fix if Obamacare subsidies thrown out

The Supreme Court is expected to rule by the end of June on whether residents in at least 34 states are eligible for federal tax subsidies.



Bayer, entrepreneur revamping the IV pole

Safepole can now be found at the University of North Carolina, some VA hospitals, Northwestern and Kaiser Permanente.


 



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Chevrolet Increases Its Commitment to Electric Vehicles

The new Bolt EV concept shows Chevy’s vision for an affordable, long-range all-electric vehicle that’s also affordable.



Nissan commits to full-sized pickups with new TITAN XD

Pittsburgh area Nissan dealers are already anxiously awaiting the arrival of the new TITAN XD, which should be later this year.


 

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