Think that punishingly high student loan debt is just an American problem? As this infographic from Nonprofit Colleges Online show, it's actually an issue all over the world.
If you've just returned to campus, or are off to college for the first time, here are five tips for making the most of your money -- and your undergraduate experience.
As the battle over college tuitions rages, an oft-overlooked villain is coming to the fore. Are college presidents' salaries too high...and are students paying the price?
College Economics: Understanding why college costs so much ... and what you can do about it.
If your priority in the next few years is to become a homeowner, you'll likely need to aggressively cut your spending, boost your income, or both to acquire a down payment.
You can rent cars and tools, but why not clothes? A new rental service lets you look like a million for pennies on the dollar.
This weekend, enjoy a vacation without guilt: According to analysts, Labor Day gas prices are the lowest in years.
Warren Buffett is producing and starring in "Secret Millionaires Club," an animated web program that teaches children financial lessons. Great idea -- but weird execution.
CVS offers its customers great discounts...if they waive their right to privacy about their health information.
Study shows that, for the average consumer buying a smartphone, the best advice may not be from experts.
Obama's education proposal mirrors his health proposal: both require consumers to educate themselves.
Obamacare is coming -- which means that you're going to have to take a more active role in your health care. Here are a few tips for making the transition.
Obama's education plan: a promising start -- with some potential unintended consequences.
President Obama hints about a new plan to fight the student debt crisis.
Want to go solar? Your biggest cost will be in taxes, not in panels!
Does Budweiser make you reckless? For an outsized percentage of emergency room patients, the King of Beers is a ticket to a hospital bed.
If your marriage is on the rocks, you might try a "save-cation" to patch things up. It's certainly cheaper than divorce.
Here's a logic problem: a woman wants to buy a car, but knows that she'll pay more if she walks into a dealership. How can she save money, but still get the car she wants?
Want to visit New York without spending a lot of money? A few hotels offer cheaper options than you would ever imagine. But they may just be best left to the imagination ...
Finance expert Clare K. Levison wants you to know being frugal doesn't mean sacrificing the life you want. Here are 5 practical tips from her new book, "Frugal Isn't Cheap."
There are all sorts of clever ways you can use to save money at businesses' expense, from salad bar 'hacks' to extreme couponing. But do these tricks cross the ethical line?
Thanks to the sequester, federal workers are looking at furloughs that will cut their take-home pay significantly. And when income drops, spending has to follow.
Want to have the wedding of your dreams without ending up in a debt nightmare? Start by forgetting the cliches and figuring out what really matters to you on your big day.
How rich is rich? Depends on who you ask. But if you ask some investors, they'll tell you you're not really rich until you have $5 million--with a lot of it in cash.