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Personal Finance Daily: These student borrowers may be paying off fraudulent debt and why millennials like to lease cars

Hope you’re all having a safe and smooth Thursday, MarketWatchers! And don’t forget your cup of coffee if you’re a caffeine fan – it’s National Coffee Day after all. Here are the top stories in personal finance today.

Personal Finance
Why this is the year of the credit card sign-up bonus

The Chase Sapphire Reserve isn’t the only card offering a big bonus.

Most Americans think prescription drugs are too expensive, but few actually struggle to pay

In a new survey emerging after the EpiPen scandal.

Elizabeth Warren says government is forcing student borrowers to pay ‘fraudulent debts’

Borrowers who were victims of fraud by their college may be losing their tax refunds, Social Security benefits, and facing other debt collection practices over their student loans.

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