If you or your children have borrowed federal student loans, and you currently have any balances, you are potentially eligible for the new student loan forgiveness program announced by President Biden. Here are some quick facts and details you should know about the program, whether you qualify, and how to apply.
Many families plan for college and try to figure out how to pay for it on their own, but they end up making mistakes that cost them thousands of dollars. Here’s why it pays to work with a college financial planner who can help you avoid those mistakes and make your kids’ college dreams come true with a smart financial plan.
As parents, we want to do the best for our kids, but giving them the best in a college education means spending money and potentially impacting our long-term finances. So how do you decide what is best for your child and family? Here are 10 key considerations that will help put you on the right path.
If you have a child who’s heading off to college soon, you might be wondering how you’re going to pay for the costs. There are only six ways to pay, and most families will use a combination of some or all of them. Here’s a breakdown of the six ways to pay and some important things to keep in mind for each one.
The fall season is one of the best times to visit colleges, but many families blow this crucial opportunity. Here’s how to get it right with quick tips on college visit planning for high school seniors, juniors, freshmen and sophomores.