Borrowing money to pay for school has become the norm-- do you know what student loan options are available?
It's crucial to discuss personal finance with college-bound kids.
Graduating with student loan debt? Here are some tips to help you manage the process.
SunTrust explains how you can save money on college by making the most of financial aid.
Here are four ways to help manage both your studies and a job so you're not completely overwhelmed.
This cheat sheet helps FAFSA terms make sense so you can fill out the form with confidence and get the money you need.
Before you blow graduation gift money on impulse buys, consider how you can use it to prepare for what’s ahead.
Saving for college tuition? Check out five tips from SunTrust to find the right 529 college savings plan for you.
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Section 529 plans can be a great way to save for college--in many cases, the best way--but they're not the only way. When you're investing for a major goal like education, it makes sense to be familiar with all of your options.
A child born today could cost more than $400,000 to educate at a private college for four years if college costs continue climbing at the rate they have.
Help your college student learn about personal finance. From setting a monthly budget to categorizing expenses, talk to your child about budget planning.
Student loans can pile up but having a plan and staying on top of payments can make all the difference. These strategies will help you get on top of your debt.
In 2016, nearly seven out of every 10 graduating seniors needed to borrow for their educations and are on average saddled with in excess of $37,000 of student debt as they enter the workforce. Not only does this emerging “debt crisis” place an immediate heavy burden on the shoulders of new graduates, it can have an adverse long-term impact on both the individual and the economy.
A college degree is more expensive than ever, and more essential than ever. Here are six options for funding your child’s education.
Be smart about investing in your child’s future by learning about a 529 college savings plans.
Looking for that perfect gift for your family's youngest members? Consider giving the gift of education with a 529 college savings plan.
With so many 529 plans to choose from, you'll need to ask a lot of questions in order to select the best plan for you.
Paying for college is more than the price of college tuition. Learn ways to minimize other college costs, such as furnishings, transportation, and text books.
While there are many ways to save for college, you may want to consider a 529 savings plan.
Its never too early to start saving; and a little saving today goes a long way toward the future.
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