In order to send a child to college, most families rely on a combination of savings, scholarships, grants and loans.
Many defrauded students could finally get their federal debt cancelled.
Only around 10 percent of ninth graders correctly estimated the cost of one year at a public four-year college in their state, according to new data.
Across all generations, Americans are delaying saving for retirement and purchasing a home because of their student debt, according to a new report.
To attract younger workers, Maine is providing tax credits to student loan borrowers.
Here's how to kick-start a retirement plan, even while managing college debt.
As student loan balances swell, this debt burden is starting to compete with mortgages.
The 35-and-under crowd is ramping up on personal loans, according to data from LendingPoint. Here's why they're borrowing.
Here are some of the many, many borrowers for whom the public service loan forgiveness program has failed.
The FAFSA season opened October 1 for the 2019-2020 school year – and the sooner students file, the better.
Wall Street is abuzz this week amid a surge in the benchmark 10-year Treasury note yield. But why should investors care?
Members of the American Federation of Teachers are seeking millions of dollars in damages from Navient. They claim the company prevented them from accessing debt relief.
The FAFSA season opens Monday for the 2019-2020 school year – and the sooner students file, the better.
White borrowers pay down their education debt at a rate of 10 percent a year, compared with 4 percent for black borrowers, a study finds.
It's no secret that 529 plans can help you save on both college expenses and taxes. These five plans are picking up the largest shares of families' cash. See if your state's plan made the list.
Average balances in 529 college savings plans have hit a high of $24,153, as the government expands their use to tuition for pre-college private schools.
People are asking whether the education debt market has become a bubble.
Less than one percent of people who've applied for public service loan forgiveness actually got it.
Kvaal attributes the slowdown in student debt growth to the fact that net tuition has been growing more slowly as of late and state spending on higher education has recently ticked up.
Whether your child opts for a public or private college, there are a few opportunities to save money and limit borrowing. Here's what you should know.