choosing a college
I’ve never met a family that didn’t like the idea of paying less for college. Here’s how you can do it by starting with school data and using five smart strategies to find more generous and affordable schools, pay less, and even negotiate a better deal.
Our kids are often influenced by their peers. But when it comes to deciding whether to go to college and which school to choose, a bit of peer pressure isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Our mom blogger explains how it’s been working with two of her kids.
We often make assumptions about college costs based on whether schools are public or private and in-state or out-of-state. But these assumptions are often wrong and can cost you thousands of dollars and kill your child’s dreams. Here’s how costs really work at U.S. colleges.
Like other decisions in life, when choosing a college, a portion of the decision is logical, but much of it is emotional. 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?