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The True Cost of Student Loans

When you’re 18 years old and preparing to leave the nest, it’s easy to think you’ve got it all figured out. You’re ready for college, and yo…

Two-Sided Coin: Is College Worth the Cost?

In this article Holly: College Isn’t Always Worth the Money Most of us have been told the same story our entire lives: If you do your…

A Guide to the FAFSA

College is getting more expensive every year, but fewer parents are paying for their children’s college education. Since it doesn’t usually make…

10 Worst States for College Affordability

While it’s true that around 85% of students receive financial aid at public, four-year institutions, that number offers a deceptively optimistic…

A Guide to Transferring From an On-Campus University to Online Learning

When you think of higher education, the first thing that comes to mind is probably an on-campus learning experience at a bustling university. On-…

Roth IRA vs. 529 Plan: Which Is Best for College Savings?

College is expensive, and the cost continues to rise. It’s enough to make any parent nervous about whether they’ll be able to provide…

What to Bring to College: The Smart (and Frugal) College Checklist

Angela writes in: In nine days, our oldest son is graduating from high school. He will be the first one in our family to go to college as he is g…

Most Affordable Online Colleges for 2021

Earning a college degree is an investment. A recent study found that two-thirds of students graduate with student loans ranging between $19,750 t…

Three Reasons New Parents Shouldn’t Stress About Saving for College

Just about every new parent I’ve ever worked with has told me that saving for college is one of their top financial priorities. And I alway…

How Do Student Loans Work?

Student loans are typically offered by lenders such as Discover or by the federal government. Unlike scholarships, they have to be paid back once…

The Best Cheap Car Insurance for College Students of 2022

When you are a college student, your dollars are limited. By the time you pay your tuition, rent, books and fees, you’re lucky if there are a few…

How to Avoid Scholarship Scams

Nearly everyone entering college is aware of the abundance of graduates dealing with student loan debt. After all, the average student loan debt…