With the holidays fast approaching, inflation and the stress of paying for gifts weigh heavily on all of our minds. Here’s what a new survey reveals.
Check out our latest independent surveys and research on student loan debt and millennial money topics.
A new College Investor survey revealed that 75% of students would still work, even if their school and living expenses were paid for.
We analyze the data of which colleges award and which students receive institutional merit grants and financial aid.
Our latest survey shows that even with high monthly expenses, most student loan borrowers are ready to resume student loan repayment.
We surveyed 1,500 millennials to find out how much financial support they receive from their parents, and in what categories they get aid.
Why are talented, low-income students underrepresented in selective colleges? We explore the causes of undermatching and ways to reduce it.
We surveyed 1,200 Americans to get an understanding of how much they paid, on average, to file their taxes and what services they used.
According to a recent College Investor survey, 73% of Americans support Biden’s plan to forgive $10,000 in student loan debt.
A majority of Americans are familiar with investment apps and prefer the monthly fee model, according to a survey from The College Investor.