Need a loan or dealing with debt? Get student loans help, advice on student loan consolidation, and more helpful information on credit and debt.
No question about it—grad school is expensive, and “get a loan” is easier said than done. Get to know the basics of your financial options for higher ed.
If you’re trying to establish credit for the first time, one of the best ways to do so is by getting a credit card. But, you’ve probably heard the downsides of credit cards, too. Personal finance expert Scott Gamm weighs in on what you need to consider.
You often hear about refinancing to get a lower interest rate on your home, but did you know you might be able to get lower rates on your student loans, credit cards, and car, too? Here’s what you need to know.
You get asked to open a credit card everywhere from Banana Republic to Home Depot, and the perks sound great. But what you don’t know can hurt you—from hits to your credit score to exorbitant interest rates. Here’s what to consider before opening another card.
Deciding whether to spend the cash (and time) on a graduate degree? With rising tuition costs and high unemployment, it’s important to take a look at the return on your investment. Consider these factors to help you make a smart decision.
Come for the waterfalls and stay for the… student loan compensation? Niagara Falls, NY, among other U.S. cities, is recruiting college grads to live and work there for two years, and paying off their loans to do so.
Greece, Ireland, Portugal, and now Spain: Europe has been one financial crisis after another for a while now. But with recent headlines like “the end of Europe” and “the shaming of a continent,” are things going from bad to worse? Here’s what you need to know.
Benjamin Franklin once said, “An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.” While that sounds nice, I doubt he had student loans to repay. But you do, so we’ve put together a guide to finding the best repayment options for you.