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Young adults have been quicker to tackle debt during and after the recession than their elders.
Concerned about how college kids get or spend money? The government wants your opinion, which could shape new regulations.
A full-time college student wants to know which card is recommended to begin establishing credit.
You can take an introductory class taught by real professors in several subjects with no strings attached. The hope is you’ll pay to continue for a degree.
That’s almost $300 billion in college debt, and doesn’t include the past-due balances of less risky borrowers. Who’s going to pay? The taxpayer.
It’s possible at the University of Wisconsin, if you’re smart enough.