The average student loan debt for a 2011 graduate is expected to be $22,900, the most ever.
Though college sticker prices continue to skyrocket, a new study suggests the price of admission is still worth it.
This is yet another test of whether consumers are actually interested in using Groupon and other daily deal services for big-ticket purchases.
A new survey says students are losing interest in financial basics like saving money and paying credit card bills in full each month.
If you already have iTunes, then you have access to a free catalog of hundreds of thousands of video and audio courses from the nation's top colleges and universities.
College is back in session. That means paying for skyrocketing tuition and high-priced textbooks. Here's how to get big discounts on pricey books.
These simple tips will save you from unnecessary spending as you begin your college career.
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Six weeks later, most Americans have forgotten about the 2014 tax season -- except those who didn't file by the April 15 deadline.
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