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Money Tips for Millennials Worried About Their Financial Futures

Millennials need to start planning for their financial futures even before they begin college, said Christine Romans, author of 'Smart is the New Rich.'

Make Money and a Difference: Career Advice for Millennials in the Workforce

If you aren't a Millennial yourself, chances are you work with one. The American workforce currently includes 55 million employees under the age of 35.

Best Ways to Save On Your Student Loan Payments This Year

Millions of Millennials are struggling under the massive burden of student loan debt.

Obama Aims to Clamp Down on Federal Student Loan Servicers

President Barack Obama is aiming to clamp down on the private companies that service federal student debt with a presidential memorandum he will issue on Tuesday.

Saving for College Using 529 Plans: How to Navigate Plans & Taxes

529 plans help parents save for college tuition expenses for their kids, but with college costs on the rise, the account may not be enough.

Obama Drops Plans to Cut Back Tax Benefits of 529 College Savings

The White House says it's dropping a proposal to scale back the tax benefits of 529 college savings plans amid backlash from both Republicans and Democrats.

2015 401k Limits and Other Numbers That Will Impact Your Wallet

A new year is upon us, and 2015 has plenty in store for your wallet.

Giving the Gift of Higher Education This Holiday Season; 529 Plans

Still trying to figure out what to get the children on your list for the holidays? How about the gift of higher education.

For-Profit Colleges May Lose Federal Aid if Grads Can't Pay Loans

The federal government could soon be taking a hard stance against for-profit colleges.

Starbucks: 1,800 Workers Enrolled for ASU Tuition Program

Starbucks says more than 1,000 of its workers have enrolled for a fall semester at Arizona State University to take advantage of a program that helps pay for their tuition.