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Good things happen to good people, they say, and it’s particularly true when it comes to student loans.
Thousands of private scholarships and grants are available each year. The trick is in tracking them down.
As students max out on federal loans, they have to find new sources of funds.
This simple chart offers a brief comparison of Coverdell accounts, 529 savings plans and 529 prepaid tuition plans.
Whether you’ve been saving for Junior’s college education for years or haven’t set aside a dime, there are a few immediate steps you can take to take the sting out of college costs.
A prepaid tuition plan lets you purchase units of tuition for any state college or university at today’s prices.
Every state now offers savings plans called 529 plans, named after the federal tax code that allows tax-free earnings for college educations.
Credit cards can be a great help for a college student, or a great danger.
Thousands of dollars in scholarship money are available each year for those who don’t fall in the academic elite.
Many parents don’t want to burden their children with college finance problems but research shows that’s a flawed rationale.