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The share of borrowers who owe $50,000 or more tripled over the last decade, according to a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau report.
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Students are spending less on course materials by becoming savvier shoppers.
A majority of prospective students worry they won't finish college, a new survey found.
College students and their parents often over-pack when furnishing a dorm room. Here are 5 items to avoid.
Most millennials say it's appropriate to spend a month's salary or less on an engagement ring, according to The Cashlorette.
Students turn their sights to savings and investing.
A new study says millennial women trail their male counterparts in several key financial categories.
With college costs soaring and student loan debt at a record high, a handful of schools have carved out a unique spot by waiving tuition.
33 percent of millennial first-time home buyers cite a bigger yard for their dog as an influence in buying their first home.
College students Ayanna Bozeman and Nia Wellman have turned their YouTube channels into moneymaking businesses — and potential careers.
Gauge of how households are faring reaches 10-year high.
401(k)s are a popular way to save for retirement, but many people have no idea how to manage their 401(k)s when moving from job to job.
Only 18 percent of women can pass a retirement literacy quiz, but it does nbt necessarily indicate that women are not financially savvy.
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