Saving for college should start when your little one is still in diapers!
The student is going to benefit so should they pay for college?
College is an investment and it is expensive, and costs are going up every year.
University of Massachusetts trustees approved a nearly 5 percent tuition and fee increase for undergraduates Wednesday.
There is still time to try to find some scholarship money to help pay that big tuition bill.
Students attending New Hampshire’s public colleges receiving in-state tuition rates would have to swear on an affidavit they are legal U.S. residents.
College applications are up at local colleges and universities, but more students are having a harder time keeping up with their college loans.
College is very expensive. Congress and the IRS have given us ways to offset education costs.
A college degree increases earning power and expands career choices- but which school is best for your son or daughter, and how do you find the means to pay for college?
From my experience (I sent to two kids to college) I have learned that tuition, room and board, the lab fees and medical insurance are not the only expenses you need to plan for.