The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today
-H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
What Michele Singletary and the Mutual Fund Industry Won’t Tell You About 529 College Plans And Other Fuzzy Math!
Michelle Singletary, a Washington Post writer, reviewed a Morningstar report titled “Which States Have the Best College-Savings Plans?” In the report, Morningstar released its 2018 rankings of the best and worst 529 college savings plans. I find it curious that...read more
This particular blog post is near and dear to my heart which is why I’ll probably do some similar posts later on about preparing your ADHD student for college or coping mechanisms vs. ADHD medication. My husband has textbook ADHD, characterized by symptoms like a lack...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
When you hear the phrase, “affirmative action,” the thought that usually follows is college admissions. What many people may not know, is that affirmative action programs actually extend far beyond college admissions. Their purpose was to help groups that have been...read more
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