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New York's Governor Cuomo has pitched free public college for some students. Here's where else you can get a cheap education.
Parents have collectively borrowed nearly $75 billion to pay for their children's college education. Here's how to reduce that burden.
Undergrads are taking on larger loans than they need in order to get through four years of school — and they're missing out on free money as well.
When my daughter told me what she wanted to be when she grew up, I tried to talk her out of it...at first, says Dustin McKissen.
These college courses provide students with the skills they really need for work, says NYIT's Francine Glazer.
A new survey says undergraduate students may be borrowing about $12,000 more than they need to finish their education.
Virginia is the latest state to roll out tax-advantaged ABLE accounts for individuals with disabilities and their families.
Babysitters, dog walkers and errand runners can earn some easy cash in these towns. Just mind the tax implications.
Families of college-bound students could improve their chances at financial aid by cutting their tax bill this year.
For fixed-rate loans, nothing changes right now. For variable-rate loans, you may want to change how you borrow.
More than half of grandparents are saving for a grandchild's college education, or hope to. Here's how to give wisely.
Top reasons why college grads can't find jobs despite a good market for hiring, says Robert J. LaBombard.
College aid applications have been open since October, and it's better to be an early bird on filing.
Lesser-known MBA programs may offer students a better value, according to an analysis by online lender SoFi.
International students could see their dreams dashed if Trump follows through on his America First anti-immigration campaign promises.
Saving for retirement should take precedence over saving for college, and parents should use cash flow to fund college.
Despite the exams, stress and tuition fees, college certainly pays off, according to one managing director at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Sarj Nahal, managing director and head of thematic investing at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, discusses his latest report on global education.
Paul Fain, Inside Higher Ed news editor, weighs in on the future of for-profit colleges under a Trump presidency.
The Stanford Graduate School of Business's new employment report shows record-breaking salaries for its MBA graduates, Poets & Quants reports.
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