The latest news on debt
Nearly 50 percent of students leave college without a degree, but many still pile up student debt.
American households were worth $70.3 trillion last quarter, a $3 trillion bump.
Allowing rates to double would be another self-inflicted wound to the national economy.
You may think you’re a perfect match, but one of the biggest compatibility tests is merging finances.
There is a long list of excuses, but paying your way out of credit card debt isn't as hard as it sounds.
Giving up that precious plastic may help control your spending, but there are disadvantages.
Enrolling all borrowers in income-based repayment plans would reduce student loan defaults, experts say.
Many military members are guided into bad repayment decisions by loan servicers.
People born between 1956 and 1975 may be the first to fare more poorly than previous generations.
A generation of young people is joining the workforce buried in debt.