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College students are leaving campus deeper in debt than their peers did just a decade ago. So how can they pay it all back?
A handshake might not be enough to keep family relations intact – and stay on the right side of the IRS, reports the Fiscal Times.
One student spent $90K before her fourth year in college on clothes and a trip to Europe.
Republican candidates offered alternative solutions for rising college costs and mounting student loan debt.
Gov. John Kasich of Ohio shares his plan to help prevent students and taxpayers from feeling the economic burden of more than $100 billion in student loans in the U.S. Former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida shares his solution.
CNBC's Jane Wells listens to what students have to say about the Republican debate.
Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana addresses whether for profit schools should be held accountable for student debt.
What to do when your college-age kid says, "But $90K for college wasn't, like, enough."
CNBC's Sharon Epperson provides insight on the Republican candidates taking the stage to address topics such as student loan debt.
Despite rising tuition rates and larger student debt burdens, data still show a college degree pays off. NBC News reports.
Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff weighs in on how Republican candidates can best connect with millennials in the October 28 CNBC Debate.
A new study from NerdWallet says that college graduates should now expect to retire at 75 years old. That’s 13 years older than today’s average retiree. The increase is due to student debt and high rents. Landon Dowdy reports.
Eadvisors.com says filing the FASFA form early and acing it is the key to saving money on college costs.
One of Nevada's legal brothels is going to help its workers make student loan payments, reports UPI.
Nearly 40% of couples who got married in 2014 spent $10,000 or less, according to The Wedding Report, a research company that tracks wedding industry trends based on government data and daily surveys of couples.
CNBC's Jim Cramer asks Sam Zell, Equity Group Investments, about the solution to the big student loan problem.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on how one start-up was able to disrupt the college loan business.
A Fed rate hike would affect consumers looking for car and personal loans more than those seeking mortgages, LendingTree founder Doug Lebda tells CNBC.
Doug Lebda, LendingTree CEO, explains how a rate hike would impact mortgages, student loans and auto loans.
Jack DeGioia, Georgetown University; Michael Crow, Arizona State University, and Bob Kerrey, Minerva Institute discuss the role of athletics in college education and the controversy surrounding the NCAA allowing schools to give stipends.