Federal student loans and private student loans accomplish the same goal – to pay for college – but their interest rates, repayment plans and other features reveal distinct differences, pros and cons.
Second only to home mortgages, student loans represent the largest source of debt in the US. In this article, we’ll help you learn more about all your options.
The FAFSA is an intimidating application but, thankfully, it has become easier. Our guide helps you understand everything you need to know about the FAFSA and its influence on your student aid.
American shoppers will spend an average of nearly $690 on school supplies, clothes and electronics. Our guide to back-to-school shopping on a budget will help you make smart decisions about what you buy.
Are you a college student who’s strapped for cash? We compiled a list of over 30 brands that offer discounts on purchases made with a student ID.
With the help of professionals, we outline smart tips to keep in mind that can help you stretch your hard-earned dollar farther when shopping for back-to-school products.
Subsidized and unsubsidized federal student loans differ in several key ways, including how long you can take out the loans, how much you can borrow and when you have to pay interest.
Foreign transactions fees can cost travelers a significant amount of money. We’ve provided a list of six of the best cards with no foreign transaction fees, highlighting their strengths and weaknesses.
Mortgages are complex financial products that require an understanding of interest, lending, and other factors. This overview helps you prepare yourself for the many details you'll face when buying a home.
Using a mortgage calculator can get you a very basic idea of what your mortgage will be when you include taxes and insurance, but wise homeowners will move on to pre-qualification from mortgage lenders.
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