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.
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How would you like your child to get a college scholarship worth $10,000 per year? How about boosting that award from $10,000 to $24,000? Here’s how big savings like these are possible with small academic improvements that your student can make on their college test scores or GPA.
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.
What’s the best way to split college costs between two divorced parents? Here’s one approach that many parents should consider, and it starts with having a conversation with your ex-spouse and your college-bound student.
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. Even if your family qualifies for financial aid, it might not cover all of your college expenses. 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.
What is a certified tax coach? “We help our clients keep more of what they make by lowering their tax liability through legal means,” describes our guest Craig Cody. He is a best selling author and certified tax coach that works in all 50 states with his average client saving over $20,000 a year in taxes. Filling out the forms properly is very different from planning your life to get the most back from completing those boxes. Listen to this short episode for all of the tax secrets you can’t miss! Read More…