The latest data from the U.S. Department of Education shows what families in different income brackets really pay for specific colleges in all 50 U.S. states. Read my blog to learn about the newest numbers and how to access them.
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.
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.