How do you choose between saving for your kids' college tuition or your own retirement? Can you do both?
Finding employment on campus is even harder this year due lack of summer employment, scarce availability of off-campus jobs and the complex federal work-study program.
A husband and wife can't agree on whether to invest in their state's 529 savings plan. Who's in the right?
Citigroup Inc. is selling its student loan business and about $32 billion in related assets to Discover Financial Services and Sallie Mae.
With college tuition higher than ever, some universities are getting creative by disguising additional costs as mandatory fees.
Uncle Sam’s new rules are putting a stop to for-profit college abuses, but the schools won’t go down without a fight.
One parent of a toddler and an infant wonders when to start saving for college. MainStreet's expert, Mark Kantrowitz has the answer.
A new book offers advice for college students looking to save their parents’ retirement and financial well-being.
Managing a mountain of student loans is a burden to parents. But fortunately, the Federal Government is offering fee-free help.
A private school in Connecticut is testing a weekly moratorium on the use of electronics.