Corinthian Colleges Sells 56 of it 108 Campuses to Student Loan Guaranty Agency ECMC
The fate of 52 remaining campuses is unknown while student defections and lay-offs are waiting in the wings.
You May Be Getting a Big Break on your Student Loan Debt
Private student loan payments may be lowered by nearly a third – or forgiven completely.
Consumer Credit Scores Are On the Rise, Along With Bank Card Use
This has been a notable year for borrowing, with more credit being extended and taken. Next year looks good too.
Holiday Shopping Parking Lot Scams: The $100 Bill on Your Windshield
Parking lots can be hazardous to your holiday good cheer. Don't fall for these scams.
Consumers Optimistic About Economy and Spending More on Discretionary Items
Buoyed by gains in the stock market and low interest rates, consumers remain optimistic about the economy and have boosted their spending.
Must-Have Holiday Items as Fashion for Kids Goes Haut Couture
The children's clothing industry has pulled itself out of the recessionary woes, but parents aren't just buying styles — they're hiring stylists.
Obamacare Set to Miss Enrollment Expectations: Is It Ultimately Medicaid Expanded?
A study indicates that Americans were inconvenienced and the insurance market disrupted; ultimately, the uninsured favored Medicaid.
Uber Enters Student Debt Assistance Game to Turn PR-Friendly Corner
Amid a recent PR triage situation, Uber is offering up a positive spin on the company by offering a student debt assistance program for employees.
More than Half of Americans Who Overdraft Have The Same Ailment
A GoBankingRates study reveals the reason for the typical consumer's lack of responsibility. It's time for consumer advocates to fight back.
Why Financial Advice Fails: How to Fix What Advisors and Investors Are Doing Wrong
Study says the models for success in the investment management industry are broken.