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The U.S. Treasury, which finances more than 90 percent of new student loans, is exploring ways to make repayment more affordable.
Eight teams of college students will test their financial planning knowledge at the FPA Annual Conference being held in Seattle this September...
Almost a million community college students across the U.S. lack access to federal student loans because their schools don’t offer them.
Bachelor’s degree holders with full-time jobs had an average salary of $52,200 in 2012, four years after graduating at the height of the Great Recession, a study showed.
A simple letter from Indiana University led its students to reduce borrowing by far more than the national average.
Fears are overblown that increases in student debt are ravaging the finances of individual young adults and the economy at large, a Brookings study contends.
Young, affluent individuals in control of nearly $3...
The Dallas-based financial services firm has awarded an $11,500 scholarship to a high school senior, who will be the first in his family to attend college.
Legislation that could reach the Senate floor as soon as tomorrow would let student borrowers refinance their balances at lower interest rates.
A significant proportion of grandparents want to help grandchildren avoid college debt, a Fidelity study says.
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