We’re in the thick of college application season and these companies are offering tools to make the process a little less stressful.
A new study from Microsoft concludes that younger Americans are losing trust in banks big time. How bad is the damage?
Amazon.com gave more than 200 college students its Kindle e-reading device this fall, loaded with digital versions of their textbooks. The verdict? Mixed.
Each week on SOAPnet’s Bank of Mom and Dad, a twenty-something woman drowning in debt must let her parents move in.
Stroll through the mall and you might think teens save money to buy clothes or iPods, but a new survey shows their priority is actually saving for college.
At a time when tuition is getting harder to afford, going to college in Canada is an appealing option for Americans.
Some states are moving to keep young adults on family health plans. Is that better than having 25-year-olds buy their own policies?
We know improper Facebook-ing can cost you a job, but who else could be looking at your page and costing you big time?
Among young people surveyed by Microsoft, only half plan to put money in stocks, savings accounts or 401(k) plans.
Alan Corey became a millionaire by age 30, and he shares his top 10 strategies with MainStreet.