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Student-loan debt in the US is at record levels. The consequences are a domino effect: Millennials are so indebted that they're delaying life milestones.
Student loan debt is at an all-time high. Even if bankruptcy filers get their debts discharged, they'll still need to pay off their student loan debt.
57% of Americans who’ve already paid off their student loans support Elizabeth Warren’s plan to cancel 42 million Americans’ college...
Most Americans — including those who won't benefit personally — like Elizabeth Warren's plan to cancel massive amounts of student-loan debt.
Here’s why Home Depot’s billionaire co-founder is helping pay tuition for every NYU med school student
Ken Langone, who made his wealth through Home Depot, recently helped pay tuition for NYU med school students. Here's why he did it.
Elizabeth Warren is trying to tackle the skyrocketing cost of education with a plan to forgive student-loan debt and offer free college — but ex...
Sen. Elizabeth Warren's ambitious plan to make public colleges free, forgive student loan debt, and boost grants has big boosters and detractors.
Wondering how to save for college? Start with state-sponsored 529 plans — tax-advantaged investment accounts anyone can open and contribute to.
College is expensive. Student Loan Hero recently found the top US colleges that give the most financial aid — see which schools made the list.
25 cities where a college degree makes all the difference in getting a good job, earning enough money, and becoming a homeowner
The cost of a bachelor's degree is at an all-time high. But college degrees are still valuable — especially if you live in one of these cities.
Millennials' lives are a lot different than their parents' lives were at the same age, especially when it comes to college. College today is more expensive for millennials, and there's been an increase in technological advancements and opportunities, diversity, and stress and competition.
Some private and public colleges are offering to match the cost of tuition of competing universities to incoming students, according to the Wall Street Journal. This move, a tried and true tactic used by retailers, is a reflection of how expensive college tuition has become.