The start of the school year is just around the corner, and you haven't shopped yet? Don't fret. To get the best deals, it's all in the timing.
See if your state participates in the annual tax holiday, or if you need to plan a road trip to get in on the savings.
There are legitimate ways to get student loan balances reduced or eliminated, but there are also scammers out to get money from you.
529 plans are often excellent ways to save for future college expenses, and they're even better if you do your homework to pick the best ones.
The H&R Block Budget Challenge is a free online game where students in grades 9-12 and their classes can win $3 million in prizes.
The United States runs in the middle of the pack when it comes to the financial knowledge and skills of 15-year-old boys and girls, a study shows.
Given America's poor levels of financial literacy, making high schools teach it might sound like a fine idea. But they may not be qualified.
Once you graduate from college, you may believe you can stop thinking much about what happens at your alma mater. But you have a real interest in its long-term reputation.
In just eight years, the amount of debt the average college graduate leaves school with has increased by almost $10,000.
During the past six years, consumers have paid down their outstanding balances on most forms of debt, but student loan balances have continued to increase.
People in their 30s often face the dual challenges of balancing their old debts against their new family obligations. But getting student debt under control is possible.
529 plans are a great way to save for college, but within them lies an expensive trap for the unwary. Fortunately, it's an easy trap to dodge -- if you do your homework.
To solve the student-loan crisis, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is asking the public for their ideas.
Everyone has things they want to improve about their financial lives -- even the staff of DailyFinance. So we asked money expert Jean Chatzky for advice on how to reach our...