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Denied public service loan forgiveness, some borrowers want their day in court.
These popular tax breaks were cut or capped as part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
To keep debt from derailing retirement plans, it helps to have a payoff strategy while you're still working. Here's what to consider.
Checking your investment account balances too frequently can lead to bad decisions. Here's what you should do instead.
Prudential's latest American Workers Survey identifies areas of the country where workers were more likely to see a salary or benefits boost in 2018.
People who want to retire overseas have a lot of details to keep track of.
More states are adopting programs to increase the number of students who attend college.
As Americans gear up for a new year, they're more committed than ever to saving for long-term goals such as retirement, college, health care and long-term care.
While accounts that promise as much as 3 percent interest might catch your eye, you need to be careful about how your money is protected.
Some 15,000 former students, whose schools closed while they were in attendance, will now have their debt erased.
People can find a more profitable place to store their savings.
Newburgh Heights, Ohio, has an offer for college graduates with student debt.
New research from J.P. Morgan Asset Management finds middle-income workers are more likely to dip into their retirement savings to cover cash-flow needs.
You'll make little headway in reducing debt if you pay only the monthly minimum due on a transferred balance.
If you're hoping to grow your family next year, take these four key steps now to prepare.
Dreaming of a penthouse retirement? You can do it on a Social Security income by retiring abroad.