If a borrower dies with a balance on his or her student loan, it's important for survivors to know how to proceed. In many -- but not all -- cases, the loan will be forgiven.
Penn State is among the schools that fared well in U.S. News & World Report's inaugural rankings.
A new report finds that in many states, a year of college at a public school is cheaper than a year of infant child care.
If you're hoping to get a federal loan, you can stop sweating your score, but if you're looking at private loans, the answer may be different.
The payback on the hefty investment to get an MBA has dropped, but graduates at elite schools still see salaries soar.
Some schools demand that students personally foot a portion of the bill, even if they have financial aid that would cover everything.
A new study suggests that those with a technical 2-year degree can earn more in their first year than new grads with a bachelor's degree.
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The IRS is struggling to combat identify thieves who file fraudulent tax returns in the names of older residents who don't need to file.