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Dave Auten and John Schneider, also known as "The Debt Free Guys," played the MarketWatch Wheel of Debt.
Brian Kelly, the credit-card guru known as The Points Guy, reveals the secrets to maximizing the right credit card for your personal finances – even if you have debt.
A burgeoning industry of tech companies is enabling employers to make contributions toward their employees' student loans. Could this be the answer to the $1.3-trillion student-debt crisis?
Americans now owe $1.34 trillion in student debt. But how did we get here? The history of student debt is more complicated than you think.
Most Americans die in debt. But what happens to those unpaid bills after someone dies? Do all debts go to heaven?
Puerto Rico now has more than $70 billion in debt – and President Trump wants to wipe it out. But why does Puerto Rico owe so much in the first place? And what can the territory do now?
In his new book, The Rooster Bar, author John Grisham brings the issue of for-profit law schools into focus. The novel follows three students who discover in their last semester of law school that their institution is essentially a scam.
Between Thanksgiving and Christmas, about 1 million Americans will receive their first student-loan bill. Here's what they need to know, according to Rohit Chopra, former Student Loan Ombudsman at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Students facing the challenge of student debt have more options than they think. Here's how to find out what your options really are.
In this episode, The Moneyist talks about what rights you have when you pay off your partner's student debt and they file for divorce shortly thereafter.
Free college. It's a reality in several nations around the world, but in the U.S. it's a political minefield. Bernie Sanders, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and others have made tuition-free college a big part of their platforms, but what would it actually take to make that dream a reality?