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College aid applications have been open since October, and it's better to be an early bird on filing.
The six-page FAFSA form is complicated, and making a mistake can be expensive for college aid prospects.
Families of college-bound students can make smarter college choices using details gleaned from financial aid filings.
The Oct. 1 start date is looming, but there are last-minute moves families can make to improve their chance at aid.
But some college offers of free tuition for a fifth year come with strings attached to get students to finish in four years.
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More borrowers are refinancing their student debt at lower rates to save thousands, but they may lose some consumer protections.
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A majority of people support eliminating tuition at public colleges and universities, according to a new survey.
Most student loans offer a six-month grace period before borrowers have to pay, though interest usually keeps accruing.
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Most teens expect to leave college with only $10,000 of student debt, according to a new poll.
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Families are paying less out of pocket for higher education, but they are relying on loans, scholarships and grants more than ever before.
Graduating college in six years instead of four can have six-figure costs in extra tuition, lost wages and delayed retirement.
Almost half of all Americans say they are not using any of their college training, working at a job where they are underemployed.
More than ever, parents and students are worried about the cost of a college degree.
For the first time, more 18- to 34-year-olds live with their parents than in any other arrangement.
For graduates with record student loan debt and entry-level jobs, choosing a credit card may have big consequences.
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