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In-state freshman applicants whose household adjusted gross income is $56,000 or less will be eligible for free tuition.
Grandparents who are raising their grandchildren should check for available tax breaks.
Students who learn about money in school have higher credit scores. Yet many classrooms still don't bring up finances.
Your financial plans will suffer if you don't anticipate longer life expectancies and technology disruption.
The farther off your retirement date, the more volatility you'll see in your target-date fund.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is gradually moving toward becoming less aggressive in its role as a watchdog.
While plenty importance is placed on earning a college degree, the financial benefit of having one might be overstated.
Don't take a victory lap to celebrate your retirement savings gains just yet.
In Tuesday's speech, the president credited the bull market for buoying college saving accounts but said nothing about student debt.
Here’s what parents hope President Trump might say about the student debt crisis and loan forgiveness in Tuesday's State of the Union.
Using a 529 account to pay for elementary through high school can be beneficial, as long as there are funds left for college.
Proposed legislation to rewrite the country's higher education system could result in fewer graduate students.
Taxes are just one factor in picking the right college savings plan. Here's what else you should know.
The cost of attendance takes a backseat to convenience and prestige.
Despite their steep tuition tabs, these private schools are bringing costs way down with generous financial aid packages.
Bill Miller has donated $75 million to the Johns Hopkins University philosophy department, the New York Times reports.
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