Even if you’ve saved diligently for your children’s college expenses, you may not have saved enough. The good news is that sending your child away to college may seriously decrease your spending at home. Here’s how to use this found money to pay college bills.
Money inside a 529 Plan is a godsend for parents footing their children’s college tuition bills, except when it isn’t. What happens if a child (the plan beneficiary) decides not to attend a four-year college after high school?
Getting financial guidance should be straightforward. But, in my experience, the process of seeking expertise can take me down the wrong path if I’m not careful. Here’s how to recognize and pursue useful methods of financial planning.
There are many ways to earn college credits, including the traditional method of enrolling in classes at your chosen institution. Alternative methods can also move you closer to a degree. Here are a few ways to earn college credit hours that may save you time and/or tuition dollars.
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