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10 timely tips to pay for college in 2015
Paying for college can be costly. Here's how to get an easy "A" in college financing.
Tax-free savings with Coverdell accounts
This education savings account helps you save for schooling from kindergarten through college.
9 ways to attend college for free
There are ways to sidestep college tuition. Find one that works for you.
3 ways to make a 529 plan work for you
College savings plans can work for or against you. Get the most out of yours.
Gainful employment rule targets for-profit colleges
Starting July 1, for-profit schools must help grads find jobs and repay student loans.
What is the ROI of your college degree?
How soon you pay off your student loan depends a lot on which job you wind up with.
6 things to know about private student loans
When in college, a private loan to cover extra costs seems like a good idea. But watch out.
5 colleges you can go to for free
College is pricey, but these institutions offer a chance to earn a degree tuition-free.
What you need to know about 529 plans
Need to save for college? Get an "A" in College Savings 101 by learning these facts.
20 ways to get federal money for college
Help from the government is available. Try these strategies to enhance your chances of getting that cash.
FAFSA: A critical piece of the college financing puzzle
Completing this form is a crucial step in the process of obtaining federal and state aid.
Opinion: Who should pay for a college education?
Should you or your kid finance college costs? Two experts square off.
Make the most of your FAFSA application
Score the most financial aid by knowing what assets count against you on the FAFSA form.
College savings: Choosing an in-state or out-of-state 529 plan
Don't assume that your state 529 plan is best. Sometimes staying home can cost you.
Use home equity loan to pay for school?
If a home equity loan is needed to pay for school, here's what you need to know.
The best way to catch up on college savings
You aren't obligated to pay for your kids' college. But here's how you can start to save.
Tap 529 plan for student condo payments?
A 529 plan can pay for room and board. Be sure you've studied the rules.
Smart use of your employee tuition benefit
Having a tuition benefit at work is a help. Here's how to make the money go even further.
Unexpected ways to save for college
Need help paying for college? Try these savvy, nontraditional ways to save money.
Know tax rules when changing college plans
A 529 plan is a great way to save for college. Is there a tax hit when shifting from one plan to another?
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