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Student Debt Education Reform, and Other Issues the Next President Should Tackle

There are some big issues in higher education right now, but not a lot of bipartisan support to find agreement on how to fix them.

Here’s How U.S. Government Debt Affects Your Retirement

The U.S. national debt, now over $19 trillion, means investors might need to save more money for their retirement, according to one expert.

If You’re Lying to Your Spouse About Money, You’re Not Alone

Financial infidelity among those in a committed relationship is widespread, according to one personal finance expert.

5 Attractive Cities for Out-of-State College Graduates

A high cost of living in Washington, D.C. isn't preventing out-of-state college grads from moving to the nation's capital.

Get Rich Buying Real Estate With ‘Good Debt’ Says Robert Kiyosaki

There is 'good debt' and 'bad debt', said Robert Kiyosaki, author of Rich Dad Poor Dad.

Credit Card Debt Surpasses 2009 Levels, Despite Low Gas Prices

Credit card debt is on the rise, eclipsing 2009 levels, the year the economy suffered the worst downturn since the Great Depression.

The Holidays Are Over: Here’s How to Dig Out of Credit Card Debt

It may be time to put your credit cards in the freezer – literally – and chip away at some of the holiday season's credit card debt.

Here’s How to Achieve Your Financial New Year’s Resolutions

Setting a New Year’s resolution is easy, but sticking to it is another story, especially when it comes to finances.

Is Your City Drowning in Credit Card Debt?

CreditCards.com compiled information from the top twenty-five cities across the country to uncover the different credit card treatment trends on a city-by-city basis.

PwC Financial Literacy Program Targets Students and Their Teachers

Shannon Schuyler, Principal and Corporate Responsibility Leader at PwC, discusses "Earn Your Future," which is a financial literacy program aimed at more than 2.5-million students.