The Credit CARD Act made it more difficult for young people to get credit, but there are still ways to get approved for your first credit card.
Next year, federal financial aid forms will allow students with cohabiting parents to include both their incomes, even if they’re unmarried or are the same sex.
New technology is helping professors spy on student study habits to make sure they’re trying to learn.
The number of college kids using credit cards dropped 10 percentage points between 2010 and 2012.
The Supreme Court said there’s nothing illegal about buying cheaper foreign editions and reselling them here.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau wants to take a role in overseeing student loan companies to make sure borrowers are treated fairly.
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