Getting a job straight out of college may seem impossible, but if you take some smart steps early, you'll improve your odds of landing a gig.
While you shouldn't tap a 529 plan willy-nilly, sometimes it's okay to dip into school savings, especially if you have better options.
Tuition is costly enough — don't let other college costs ruin your budget. Skip pricey extras — not classes — and save both grades and money.
To re-fi or not to re-fi… managing a student loan today is surprisingly complex. Consider these factors before you decide.
Try teaching these crucial time-management skills at home and help keep your kids on the ball through the whole school year.
The right credit card can mean big savings for your back to school shopping. These are the best ones to use for this fall.
If you're dreading the expense of back to school shopping, these credit cards tips can help you big!
If making big bucks after college is your goal, don't choose just any major. Choose one of these five.
If you're a student, getting approved for a credit card may be challenging. The Journey Student Rewards from Capital One is here to help!
The one thing recent grads have that's more valuable than their degrees is time. Be smart and turn yours into a future of financial freedom.
Private lenders have begun to enter the student loan consolidation market in a big way. Maybe it's time to drop Sallie Mae.
Heading off to college this fall? We've got 100 tips to help students save money.
This guide offers tips for saving for and getting financial aid for college, plus additional advice for students to save while in school and tips for recent graduates.
Higher education doesn't have to be out of reach. With these grants, scholarships, and fellowships, you can afford to train for a brighter future.
College is not cheap, but don't be dismayed. You can still find success without a four-year degree.
There are many paths to success. With little schooling investment, these 10 gigs promise a healthy career — and a healthy salary.
A college education leaves many of us in debt. Loan forgiveness programs may be able to help — find out if you're eligible for one.
College degrees aren't cheap, and for many, student loans are a difficult financial burden. Learn which repayment plan saves the most money.
The President's community college proposal is not only good for students. Find out how it can help the rest of us, too.
Private school will crimp even the healthiest family budget. When does leaving public school for private make sense?
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