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Saving for your child's education. Understanding and living with student loans.
You've graduated from college. For many graduates, now becomes the time you'll have to pay for that high-level education.
Repaying your student loans is one of the most important decisions you can make for your financial health.
Before your sons or daughters head off to college, make sure that you understand the basics of student loans.
Scholarships are preferable to student loans for one obvious reason: Scholarship money is gift money.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid, more commonly known as FAFSA, is the gateway to most types of college financial aid.
Saving money the right way can help boost the amount of financial aid available to your children.
EFC uses a formula, created by the federal government to determine how much a family should be able to pay for one year of a child's college education.
Parents need to know that paying for their children's higher education does not have to be a solitary affair. In fact, there are several tools that parents…
Fortunately, there are ways in which parents can save for their children's college education and their retirement at the same time.
Parents need to research their savings options carefully to find the right tool for them and their children.
The sticker price of a college education can be shocking. Moreover, this sticker price is increasing every year.
It has become a big worry for most parents: How can they save enough money to help pay for their children's college education?