When and how should you start planning for college if you have a high school freshman or sophomore at home? Our resident mom blogger offers up some quick tips and ideas now that her daughter is a freshman.
Things have changed with college planning over the past six months, and they’re continuing to evolve as colleges have begun their fall semester. Here’s an update on what’s changed and what students and families should be doing to stay on track.
Many parents assume that student loans are a terrible idea and a one-way ticket to massive debt. But that’s not the real story. Our resident mom blogger shares what she’s learned about student loans and how the right loans can help pay for college at a relatively low cost.
Some families use government loans to help pay for college, but they might not cover all your costs or provide the best possible interest rates. In this article, we’ll explore private student loans, how they work, and how to determine if they’re a good strategy or alternative for your family.
Students heading into their senior year of high school are facing a lot of uncertainty about how to plan for college during COVID-19. Here’s what the class of 2021 should be doing to revise their college financial plans and manage testing and college visits.