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U.S. colleges have started, however reluctantly, to share more information about what students might actually pay to attend ––the so-called net price.
The American Bankers Association has created a one-stop shop for wealth management training for bankers and others.
An advisor offers this list that can be used to review expenditures with clients and help them find ways to cut back and still be very happy.
Companies that service U.S. student loans and mortgages tricked customers into paying higher fees or engaged in other acts that violate U.S. consumer laws, the U.S...
In its annual review of college-savings plans, Morningstar awarded 29 plans a gold, silver or bronze rating for 2014. Three plans received a negative rating.
Alabama’s Treasury liquidated its Pimco Total Return Fund holdings in the state’s 529 plan, citing departures of senior investment personnel at the firm.
Rising student loan debt may be hampering young people's ability to buy homes or even move out of their parents' basements...
The slow recovery by young adults from the recession is bringing urgency to financial literacy efforts, Treasury Department Deputy Secretary Sarah Bloom Raskin said Thursday.
A growing number of seniors are discovering the federal government plans to take part of their Social Security benefit to pay off delinquent student loans, tax bills, child support or alimony.
The U.S. Census Bureau reports a two-year cumulative enrollment drop of 930,000 students, with community colleges experiencing the largest decline.
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