Student with a subsidized Stafford loan talks about the debt he faces and why Congress should extend the current interest rates of 3.4%. More
With today's grads leaving school with an ever-increasing amount of debt, some four year degrees offer a much a better return on investment than graduate degrees do, a recent study found.
Two Senate bills that aim to help students taking out subsidized student loans this fall fail to gain passage.
Only if your child's death would create financial hardship for you, should you consider a term-life insurance policy.
Obama hit the White House stage on Friday to talk about student loan interest rates, which are scheduled to double July 1 for undergraduates students taking out subsidized loans.
It's looking increasingly likely some 7 million students taking out subsidized loans for the next school year will have to dig deeper in their pockets to pay them off.
Between ballooning student loans, credit cards and money owed to family members, graduates of the class of 2013 are facing an average $35,200 in debt, a Fidelity survey found.
There are ways to get around the provincial strictures of in-state rates.
A growing number of public university presidents are taking home $1 million or more a year, according to a recent report. But former Penn State president, Graham Spanier, was the highest earner by far.
Piles of student loan debt are leading many Americans to put off saving for retirement, buying homes and even getting married, a new survey finds.
College tuition and student debt levels are soaring. So which colleges get the most bang for your buck? PayScale examined the return on investment for 1060 colleges and universities.
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