Prepaid tuition plans let you buy your kid semesters of college, locked into today's pricing. Are these a good idea?
It takes time, money, and effort to earn a degree or certificate for a chosen occupation. Before you commit, make sure the field has room for you.
There's more than one way to help pay for college. This little known tip could save you from taking out student loans.
If your knowledge of personal finance could use a little help, these free online courses are the perfect learning tools.
Take advantage of that student ID while you can, because it can help you save cash on all kinds of stuff.
You're in college, and you have a lot to learn. Add these key money moves to your curriculum!
College is a time to discover your passions, goals, and aspirations. It's also a time to start building strong credit.
College tuition can send you right into a nightmare of debt. But there are ways you can make it more affordable.
You know college tuition, books, and room and board cost a pretty penny. Are you forgetting about food?
Tell us what advice you would give a college freshman and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!
Make on-campus living tolerable with these dorm must-haves. Best of all? You won't need another student loan to pay for them.
Buying new calculators and backpacks shouldn't leave you broke. Here's how to cash in on big savings during the back-to-school season.
College isn't cheap and a student loan may seem inescapable. Make sure you've checked out all your options before you sign.
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Higher education comes at a cost. These companies get it, and they're helping employees pay down student debt one paycheck at a time.
If you have some knowledge to spare, you could have a lucrative new side gig as a tutor.
It's graduation season! Let's look past the commencement speech cliches and find some true money wisdom famous folks have dished out to new grads.
You can refinance your mortgage to chip away at federal student loans faster. But be cautious: It comes at a cost.
If you recently graduated college, there's a good chance you recently got that first student loan bill. Lost? We've got you covered.
Being a student can be expensive; here's how you can save!
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