SafeStart, a new company owned by BridgeSpan Financial, aims to reduce the fear of debt that might keep 18-year-olds from borrowing money for college, reports the New York Times. SafeStart charges $40 to $70 for every $1,000 a student borrows. In exchange, it promises to lend customers money interest-free later on to pay back some of those loans. You get the money only if you're having trouble paying back your loans in your first years in the workplace because your income is too low. Students and parents might pony up for such an offering, and schools or lenders might pay...

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