by Jeff Spross Oct 17, 2014
The company is bypassing the financial industry to offer a direct-to-consumer bond for $1000 a piece that will help finance its ongoing installations of residential solar.
by Alan Pyke Oct 8, 2014
After a Washington woman's school lunch check bounced, debt collectors turned a $30 debt into a $700 one.
by Alan Pyke Sep 17, 2014
Debt activists want to turn the relationship between borrowers and creditors on its head with a campaign modeled on the early labor movement.
by Alan Pyke Sep 11, 2014
Student loans and other debts are doing far more to undermine retiree finances than a decade ago.
by Alan Pyke Aug 6, 2014
The student loan default rate was already at historic highs, and it's gotten higher in the past year. Here are some potential fixes to a broken system.
by Abigail Bessler Jun 13, 2014
If most graduates are finding jobs, why are they depending so heavily on parents?
by Alan Pyke Jun 12, 2014
Jail officials don't yet know what killed a 55-year-old mother of seven over the weekend, but she was only there because she couldn't pay her fines.
by Abigail Bessler Jun 9, 2014
President Obama will issue an executive order capping student loan payments at 10 percent of borrowers' income.
by Bryce Covert May 10, 2014
Unemployment, health problems, children: all reasons that people end up in credit card debt.
by Alan Pyke Apr 2, 2014
Rep. Paul Ryan's newest budget borrows a lot from his last two in ways that ignore the stark improvement in America's deficit outlook.