The latest news on loans
Regulators are right to ban abusive payday lending at major banks.
The U.S. needs to stop the World Bank from lending to Argentina.
A Department of Education report states 66 percent of 2007-2008 graduates took out student loans.
Millions of consumers nationwide rely on products from the Online Lenders Alliance and use them responsibly.
Vampires, werewolves – that’s kid stuff compared to seeing a frighteningly empty bank account.
New rules are necessary to keep up with the changing face of online lending.
If Congress doesn’t raise the debt ceiling, here’s what you can do to safeguard your money.
Should you opt for standard, graduated or extended loan repayment? We’ll help you decide.
Critics of Georgetown Law’s loan repayment program argue for caps that could affect many borrowers.
Many companies provide a financial lifeline to those who need it.