Your tax refund checks can be an instrument of positive change, or just another wasted opportunity. Here is what you should do with yours.
Credit & Debt
Paying that cellphone bill on time, and other factors, will matter under FICO’s new approach to scoring many people — like college students — with little credit history.
Welcome to the world, Class of ’15. Here’s how to establish strong credit straight out of the starting gate.
This reader had $60,000 in student loans forgiven, but is now facing a big, fat tax bill. How can this be fair?
In 22 U.S. states, authorities can suspend your driver’s license or even professional license if you defaulted on your student loans. Some legislators are starting to challenge the practice.
College-branded debit cards are hitting students with high fees — and payment often comes out of financial aid, advocacy group says.
This week: How lunch can make you successful, how life can alter your financial outlook, how new credit cards affect credit scores, tax facts for single moms and 10 popular hacks that don’t work.