Looking to score a scholarship to help further your education? Here are 10 tips for students seeking merit-based scholarships to pay for college.
Student loan debt and high youth unemployment have made college an even more expensive proposition. However, there's room to haggle.
A 20-something racks up debt pursuing a dream career - and now needs pointers on how to dig out while living on an irregular income.
In the 20 years since trade schools started popping up on U.S. stock exchanges, allegations of misconduct have been rampant. New rules seek to change that.
Short-term, skills-based courses offer new higher education alternatives that could challenge, or neatly supplement, a college degree.
Here are 10 sneaky ways you're losing money before you even have a chance to use it. See how you can keep more of your paycheck for yourself next month.
Of all generations, Gen-Xers feel the least-prepared for retirement -- and the most financially at-risk, beating out even boomers and millennials.
Americans learned a big lesson about carrying too much debt after the financial crisis, right? A report showing debt levels rising suggests otherwise.
The federal government will erase much of the debt of students who attended the now-defunct Corinthian Colleges, officials announced Monday.
Consumer borrowing surged again in April, helped by the largest gain in credit card borrowing in a year.
Total student loan debt held by Americans stands at more than $1.3 trillion -- and it's having an enormous negative impact on our nation's economy.
In this time of celebration and uncertainty for college graduates, one rule should reign supreme when making money decisions: the less than 50 percent rule.
For most seniors and especially retirees, insurance payments can seem like an unnecessary expense. But not in these five common scenarios.
A study looking at what first-year college students know about finances shows most can only answer about a third of general financial questions correctly.
Consumers increased their borrowing in March by the largest amount in nearly a year as borrowing on credit cards rebounded following two months of declines.
Students at closed Corinthian Colleges are told that if their credits are transferred to another school they won't qualify to have their loans discharged.
Sixty-nine percent of 18- to 24-year-olds, either in college or recently graduated, name financial stability as one of their top-three priorities.