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It was fun while it lasted but now that first monthly student loan payment is due.
In order to send a child to college, most families rely on a combination of savings, scholarships, grants and loans.
The FAFSA season opens Monday for the 2019-2020 school year – and the sooner students file, the better.
Average balances in 529 college savings plans have hit a high of $24,153, as the government expands their use to tuition for pre-college private schools.
Stashing cash in a 529 plan is a great first step, but protecting those dollars from market ups and downs is equally important.
Only 4 percent of colleges accept dogs and cats, according to a new analysis. Here are the few that do.
The faster a student loan tab is paid off, the less interest will accrue. Depending on the outstanding balance, that can make a substantial difference.
More families are considering public schools because of the tuition discount. But even for in-state students, costs are rising significantly.
These colleges are making a name for themselves by keeping costs way down and giving students an opportunity to get a small-school experience at an affordable price.
A hard-working student can shave off a year and thousands of dollars by completing college in three years. Here's why the shorter path isn't necessarily an easy one.
Despite the tax benefits, only 29 percent of Americans know that 529 plans are an education savings tool, according to a new survey.
If you plan to take out a federal student loan for the next academic year, expect a higher interest rate. This is how much more your monthly loan payments will be.
College graduates apply to more entry-level positions at IBM, Amazon, Tesla and JP Morgan than any other firms, according to Handshake.
You may think you and your child are set for the 2018 college year, but have you thought about these additional expenses? Here is why your university may have fallen short on giving you the full cost of attendance.
Want to be prepared to send your child to college in 2036? First, know how much it'll cost, then take these steps.
Like other types of borrowing, the faster a student loan is paid off, the less interest will accrue. Depending on the outstanding balance, that can make a substantial difference.
From the birth of a child to college, marriage, and retirement, a successful investment path leads to the good life.
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