Colleges should provide lessons in mandatory financial literacy courses and financial-aid letters that itemize attendance costs, according to a new report from a federal government commission.

The Financial Literacy and Education Commission — a group including the Treasury Department and the Department of Education — said such best practices are especially important now that Americans have become bogged down in $1.5 trillion in student-loan debt.

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