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Subprime Loans: Types and What They Do to the Economy

Subprime Loans: Types and What They Do to the Economy

Subprime loans give those with financial struggles a chance to buy a house or car, but they can have drastic consequences - both for the borrower and the world economy.

Average College Tuition: Increases and State-by-State Differences

Average College Tuition: Increases and State-by-State Differences

College tuition keeps rising in the U.S., and students at private universities may be paying close to $35,000 for tuition. Here are the details on the average college tuition.

Average Net Worth by Age: Mean, Median and How to Calculate

Average Net Worth by Age: Mean, Median and How to Calculate

Americans in different stages of life have significantly different net worths. Here is what you need to know about the mean and median net worth of people by age group.

31 Ways to Save Money in College

31 Ways to Save Money in College

Saving money while in college may be easier than you think, as long as you're creative and diligent about stashing cash away.

60 Seconds: Get Financial Aid to Pay For College

60 Seconds: Get Financial Aid to Pay For College

Got a kid going to college? Well then you better get acquainted with the FAFSA -- the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. So give us 60 seconds and we'll tell you what you need to know!

Former U.S. Education Secretary: Voters Are to Blame for Struggling Schools

Former U.S. Education Secretary: Voters Are to Blame for Struggling Schools

Former U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan attributes the struggling U.S. school system to a lack of will from voters to fix things.

When Is the 2018-2019 FAFSA Deadline and How Do You Apply?

When Is the 2018-2019 FAFSA Deadline and How Do You Apply?

The FAFSA deadline for the 2018-19 school year is on June 30, 2019. But there is much more you need to know if you're preparing to submit your application soon.

Former U.S. Education Secretary on How Financial Literacy Solves Poverty

Former U.S. Education Secretary on How Financial Literacy Solves Poverty

Former U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan said poverty can't be eliminated without proper financial literacy.

LendingTree CEO Focused on App and Digitized Mortgage Experience

LendingTree CEO Focused on App and Digitized Mortgage Experience

CEO Doug Lebda said optimizing the My LendingTree app and digitizing its mortgage experience are the company's top priorities.

How to Save Money: Daily, Weekly and Lifelong Habits

How to Save Money: Daily, Weekly and Lifelong Habits

Saving money is a matter of habit. The more you do it, the easier saving money becomes.