You're leaving college and entering the wonderful world of adulthood. This means avoiding the money mishaps that can throw your life off course.
Diapers and formula aren't the only costs to consider when adding to your family. You'd better start thinking about college, too.
Financial aid is a huge help for every college student. Let's break down exactly what the FAFSA considers in its calculation.
Entering the real world involves making big financial choices, and those choices will be easier once you start building credit.
Your IRA may have the option to help pay for college, but that doesn't mean it should be your go-to education savings plan.
Putting your college tuition on plastic is certainly an option; but should you do it?
Not sure if private school is right for your child? Get the answers to these questions before you decide.
Getting a credit card in college is a great way to build credit when you're young. But what should you do with the card after you graduate?
Picking the right college is as simple as knowing the right questions to ask.
Your student loan balance is just one piece of the financial puzzle. You should know how your loan interest works, too.
How much is too much when it comes to college costs? A worried father breaks down the costs and the benefits of a child's hefty tuition.
Juggling student loan payments with other bills can sometimes seem impossible if you're making a low salary. But it can be done.
You've always planned to save for your kid's college education. But that kid is in high school, and you haven't even started. What now?
Education doesn't directly affect your credit; but it can impact your creditworthiness.
Kansas Legislature passed a law requiring high school students to complete a CPR course to graduate. We need to push just as hard for financial education.
Private student loan debt can be difficult to pay or renegotiate. Here's what to do when those loans become a real burden.
Worried that a lack of scholarships will stunt your college savings? Don't worry; there are other smart ways to afford your degree.
If you're the parent of a special-needs child, the 529 ABLE account can be a valuable resource in helping your child thrive.
Young Americans owe thousands in student loan debt. Unfortunately, so do their parents.
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