The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today
-H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
The 529 plan world consistently promotes the benefits of a 529 college savings plan. There are some very appealing benefits, but you should clearly understand what those benefits cost and how they work. Certainly, there are trillions of reasons to save for your...read more
Some schools are starting a practice where they issue a provisional acceptance for admittance to their school. It is provisioned upon a couple of factors and can be a good thing. The factors being determined by the college or university. The Good News of Provisional...read more
Subsidized and unsubsidized college loans are “government or federal” student loans. In order to qualify for one of these loans, a student and his parent(s) would have to complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Student Aid). Most universities require the FAFSA before...read more
Since the option first became available, adults returning to school have become a small but steady presence in educational institutes. Even if you're not "college age" anymore, going back to school could enhance your career and help you achieve your goals in life. If...read more
Working and earning while attending college is almost a necessity for many students. With the sky rocketing costs of a college education, students and students’ families need to take advantage of every possible resource to pay for their education. How Working Affects...read more
Just like with private and public colleges and universities, there are also private and public loans. Public loans are issued from the federal government and, predictably, come with a lot of strings and red tape. Private loans, on the other hand, come from for-profit...read more