As presidential candidates unveil their plans to make college more affordable, Jon Keller is taking a closer look at the student debt crisis and a major part of the problem some of them don’t want to talk about.
Vermont senator and presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders wants to eliminate college tuition.
College is a good investment and could be worth well over a $1 million dollars to your kiddo.
According to a 2013 College Board report, full-time workers with a bachelor’s degree earn an average of $21,000 more annually than those who have no education beyond high school.
Waiting to start to save until you are 40 is a big financial mistake.
The cost of attending Dartmouth College will increase by 3.8 percent for the next academic year, bringing the total for tuition, room, board and mandatory fees to just over $60,000.
The reality is that you’re responsible for your own retirement savings, so start saving in your 20’s.
Who should pay for college? That’s a fair question.
I have been thinking about college planning this week! Because….
When picking a college price plays a big role, but a new federal rule could ease the pain of college sticker shock.