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.
Credit & Debt
It’s easy to confuse credit reports and credit scores, especially since both are critical. But here’s one big difference: You can get a free report, but not a free look at your credit score.
The Capital One Cash Rewards card offers straightforward cash-back rewards to people with excellent credit.
Ever wondered how your lender and the company handle it? Here’s how it works.
Will there finally be some accountability for the meltdown now more than four years old?
A look at five interesting personal finance posts from other bloggers around the Web. This week: investing in yourself, the future of Medicaid, when to buy in bulk, credit vs. the Super Bowl, and choosing an investment manager.
A reader is trying to figure out how best to use a balance transfer. I can help.