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On May 12, 2015 the US Securities and Exchange Commission announced that it had filed fraud charges against ITT Educational Services Inc., its chief executive officer Kevin Modany, and its chief financial officer Daniel Fitzpatrick.

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Even worse, he hadn’t finished his education. Left in dire financial straits, he went to a bankruptcy lawyer.

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Recently I was invited to join a panel of some of the leading personal finance voices on the Money Mastermind Show.

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