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What Happens to Your Debt When You Die?

What Happens to Your Debt When You Die?

Money and debt are still there after one dies, and if you don't plan ahead, debt can be a big problem.

These Are the Greenest Colleges in the U.S.

These Are the Greenest Colleges in the U.S.

Environmentally-friendly colleges help students meet the sustainability challenges of the future.

MBA vs. Executive MBA: What's the Difference?

MBA vs. Executive MBA: What's the Difference?

Choosing between an MBA and an EMBA depends on your personal needs and current situation, so choose wisely.

Fund Your Retirement or Their College Education?

Fund Your Retirement or Their College Education?

Parents should borrow no more for all their children than their annual income and if retirement is less than 10 years away, they should borrow much less.

Ask the Expert: 3 Ways to Reduce Your Student Debt

Ask the Expert: 3 Ways to Reduce Your Student Debt

TheStreet sat down with a lending and deposits executive, who outlined how to go about reducing student debt.

Are You a Geek or a Jock? Here Are the Best Colleges for You

Are You a Geek or a Jock? Here Are the Best Colleges for You

All colleges have geeks and jocks, but some schools may be better than others, depending on your interests.

Jim Cramer: The Three Ways to Become Financially Independent

Jim Cramer: The Three Ways to Become Financially Independent

How can anyone become more financially independent? Here's what everyone needs to know.

When Is the 2019-20 FAFSA Deadline and How Do You Apply?

When Is the 2019-20 FAFSA Deadline and How Do You Apply?

The FAFSA deadline for the 2019-20 school year is on June 30, 2020. But there is much more you need to know if you're preparing to submit your application soon.

What Is Financial Aid and How Does It Work?

What Is Financial Aid and How Does It Work?

With tuition prices skyrocketing, financial aid has taken on a more critical role for the American student. Here's what you should know about it.

What Is a Parent PLUS Loan?

What Is a Parent PLUS Loan?

Parent Plus loans are federal education loans available to the parents of dependent eligible undergraduate students. Here's how they work.