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Families receiving college financial aid offers this spring should beware: what they see this year may not be what they get next year.
Voters in Iowa, Virginia and Colorado aren't fond of the free community college plan or Obama in general, says poll.
Student-loan delinquencies increased at the end of 2014, a troubling sign that Americans are failing to keep up with payments as education debt climbs, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New...
IMCA's first online program will be offered through the Sloan School of Management starting June 1.
The University of Texas endowment surpassed Yale University’s as the second-wealthiest in U.S. higher education, spurred on by oil and gas.
President Barack Obama's proposal this week to roll back tax benefits for so-called 529 plans exposes a fundamental disagreement about who is benefiting from these state-sponsored college savings...
The plan would raise the top capital gains rate to 28 percent, impose tax increases for high earners, limit tax breaks for 529 plans and take other steps to pay for new programs.
The opportunity divide that begins at birth is widening, reinforcing inequality as American children progress through school.
As college tuition continues to rise and student debt continues to grow, prepaid tuition plans can be an option for clients to keep costs down.
President Barack Obama proposed making two years of community college education free for students who maintain academic standards.
The national debate fanned by President Obama over new fiduciary standards for financial advisors shows that the country is veering too much toward punishment, says expert Donald Trone.
Although many young people escape poverty as they get older, many others do not and need help, says this columnist.
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