The average college grad owes about $30,000, and the best way to handle heavier student loan debt is to better understand it.
Even though Earth Day is over, there's no reason to shelve its principles for another 364 days.
Americans aren't doing all they can when it comes to saving for retirement, sometimes because concerns such as college get in the way.
Most companies are embracing telecommuting jobs, noting they don't lead to a decline in worker production and mean happier employees.
Affluent investors are generally sunny, and 74% saying the stock market is the best place to build wealth over the next year.
Employees seem to be adapting increasingly to a 'free agent' economy in which they take responsibility for their financial security. And they must.
More than nine out of 10 of us say there should be no or low fees on bank checking accounts, but only 44% of actually have fee-free checking.
The spring selling season seems to be off to a strong start, but not a blockbuster one.
When more than half of Americans say it's easier to pay taxes than lose weight, you know we have some odd beliefs.
If you're having a kid now, you can look forward to spending $312,200 for a four-year undergraduate degree in 18 years.