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You may think you and your child are set for the 2018 college year, but have you thought about these additional expenses? Here is why your university may have fallen short on giving you the full cost of attendance.
The CNBC "Mad Money" host held up a thick folder of rejection letters and urged Bucknell University students to push past failure.
Student loan assistance, which started as a niche offering by a handful of companies, is sneaking its way into the mainstream menu of workplace benefits.
Parents are saving more for college this year than in any other year since 2013 — yet problems remain.
Average pay for new entrants age 24 and under rose 5.2% in March compared with their predecessors a year earlier, USAT reports.
Juggling college payments is even more complicated when you add a divorce into the mix. These tips can help make sure your children's college dreams don't suffer.
Anyone thinking about joining a lottery office pool for a stab at the grand prize should be aware of the pitfalls.
The deadline has passed for Congress to act on legislation that would have repealed a rule imposing stricter requirements on short-term lenders.
Want to be prepared to send your child to college in 2036? First, know how much it'll cost, then take these steps.
Students and their families would love to borrow less for college, but few people seem to understand the tax-advantaged savings account that can help. This is what you need to know about 529 plans.
Like other types of borrowing, the faster a student loan is paid off, the less interest will accrue. Depending on the outstanding balance, that can make a substantial difference.
Job listings related to blockchain are surging on LinkedIn. Websites like Crypto Jobs List and Block Tribe connect employers and employees in this new field.
The GMAT is facing competition from the GRE, a shorter exam that is being accepted by more than 1,200 MBA programs, the Financial Times reports.
People are pessimistic about their financial future, but when their later decades finally roll around, well, they're not so bad, according to new findings from Gallup.
If you name someone who your advisor can alert if they suspect something is amiss with your account, make sure the person can be trusted to act in your best interest.
You don't just have to rely on your paycheck for your student loans. Volunteering, apps and even some jobs could help you get down your debt.
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