Determine the future cost of tuition based on the inflation rate you input.
Three strategies from SunTrust can help you reach your savings goals.
This tool helps you to budget for living expenses for one year of college.
Use this CD calculator to calculate the value of your Certificate of Deposit (CD) at maturity, and see how factors such as the term and interest rate can affect the value when you cash it in.
Learn how inflation and income taxes will affect your savings plan.
This tool allows you to budget and compare costs of different living arrangements for you or a child attending college.
This tool helps you determine the average cost per meal for a meal plan
This tool helps you budget for expenses that are directly related to the cost of getting ready to attend college.
Find out how much you need to save for a reserve fund.
This tool explains some of the options you have to save for college based on your income, tax filing status, and intended savings.
Interest rates can make a big difference in your savings accounts. Use the calculator to see the impact of 4 different interest rates.
This tool shows how pursuing a higher education may pay off financially during your earning lifetime.
Determine what your savings future value will be, based on your current inputs.
Determine what you need to do to save for that big purchase, be it a car, a home, or something else.
Without adequate savings, it can be tricky to find money for unexpected expenses. Here are a few simple strategies you can use to create a surge in cash flow when you need it most.
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.
Saving for college tuition? Check out five tips from SunTrust to find the right 529 college savings plan for you.
Having an emergency fund is a crucial first step in your mission to save, and once you’re well on your way to building one, it’s time to start thinking long term. Get started now.
Take these five simple steps today to plan for tomorrow’s unexpected expenses—and breathe easy. Money emergencies don’t have to be so … emergency-like.
How well do you know your financial self? Take a look at these four steps to discover what’s working for you and your money.
Learning how to manage your finances well is an art, not a science, and passing along that knowledge to children or other young people in your life is even harder. Here are some quick tips from influencers, old and new.
Feeling overwhelmed? SunTrust tells you how minimalism can help you save money and take control of your finances.
The right incentive can make you a better spender, saver and financial planner. Use this checklist to learn four ways to reward yourself for smart money management.
Think of the moments in life that matter to you. Does your financial plan allow for these moments? Make sure the two are aligned.
Find out how to turn spending habits into a money saving habit, without a lot of effort.
Our attitudes toward money can cause us to behave irrationally, undermining our financial health. Learn to control those biases and how to manage your money.
Everyone has a financial story. Here’s how three real people moved from financial stress to financial confidence.
A small income doesn’t have to mean small savings. Learn how to make the most of your paycheck.
Not sure how you’ll pay for college? Watch this video before you apply to see how to make the most of financial aid.
Unexpected expenses can arise at any time, which is why it’s smart to plan ahead with a rainy day fund.
SunTrust explains how you can save money on college by making the most of financial aid.
A college degree is more expensive than ever, and more essential than ever. Here are six options for funding your child’s education.
Struggling to stop overspending and stick to a budget? Check out this infographic to learn how lifestyle creep happens and what you can do about it.
Money can't buy happiness. But studies show that spending strategically can make you happier.
Setting smaller, more immediate goals can have a big impact on your long-term plans. So, think about where you want to be or what you want to be doing in five years, and start working toward those goals now.
It’s easy to lose sight of what makes you happy today when you’ve got your eye on tomorrow. But investing in your happiness now doesn’t mean sacrificing your long-term goals or draining your savings.
This cheat sheet helps FAFSA terms make sense so you can fill out the form with confidence and get the money you need.
Want to become a millionaire? Understand your savings potential and what you need to put in to achieve that goal using this calculator.
Earning more money doesn’t have to mean spending more money. Learn how to multiply the impact of your pay raise with helpful tips from SunTrust.
Be smart about investing in your child’s future by learning about a 529 college savings plans.
Many Americans struggle to put away money for education, retirement or even emergencies. Be sure you're saving enough.
Holding cash? There are a number of cash management account options ranging from savings and checking to money market accounts. Find the right accounts for your needs.
Learn strategies to build up your savings in a rainy day fund.
Typically, consumers live a comfortable lifestyle that works for the short-term, but they haven't taken into account the amount they need to save.
Starting a rainy day fund will allow you to function without resorting to credit cards, should a sudden job loss or any variety of recession-related catastrophes occur.
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.
While there are many ways to save for college, you may want to consider a 529 savings plan.
After you familiarize yourself with the range of student loan options available, you can shop for the most affordable loan.
Its never too early to start saving; and a little saving today goes a long way toward the future.
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