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President Trump says young immigrants shielded from deportation - often referred to as "dreamers" - should "rest easy."
Decision Day is May 1, and high school seniors who haven't yet picked a school should reassess financial aid packages.
One of the biggest drags on the economy has very little to do with economics, says Jake Novak.
This simple strategy helps you stay on track to afford tuition and school costs, which are growing faster than inflation, for your children.
It’s not only possible, but likely, to shave thousands off the cost of a degree. You just have to do one thing: Ask.
A quarter of consumers estimate they've lost $30,000 or more due to gaps in their financial knowledge. That might be optimistic.
You could save up to $2,000 a year on income taxes — and repay debts sooner — if you live here.
Andrew Cuomo is proposing the Excelsior Scholarship. The goal is to alleviate the financial stresses of student loans and make higher education a reality for New York's middle class.
New book "The Golden Passport" is a richly reported indictment of the disdained American corporate culture, New York Times reports.
America's college debt is touching new highs.
Navient, which spun off from Sallie Mae in 2014, has come under fire for aggressive and sloppy loan practices, New York Times reports.
New York will start phasing in its free-college program this fall. These 10 states have the cheapest public college tuition.
In America, 44 million people have student debt, and 8 million of those borrowers are in default.
If we want to keep up job growth, it has to start in the classroom, says former Delaware Governor Jack Markell.
Borrowers are feeling misdirected after they worked in public service jobs expecting loan forgiveness, N.Y. Times reports.
Nobody wants to open up to their children about their checking accounts and credit cards. Here's why you should.
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