Taking a CLEP test saved me a lot of time and money on a college degree. Here’s how CLEP exams work, the biggest pros & cons of taking CLEP tests, and what you need to know before you take a CLEP test for college credits.
Taking a year off before college is becoming popular in the U.S. but parents don’t always understand. Here are 4 ways students benefit by taking a gap year.
Paying for college can seem like the most unattainable task ever — but it isn’t. Parents, if you want your child to go to college — and your child wants to go to — it CAN be done. Here are 8 great ways to pay for college including claiming unused federal funds, applying for grants, and other tips you may not have thought about.
Retirement money vs college money… As parents, we often put our children’s needs and desires ahead of our own — even if it means putting ourselves at risk. Our children’s education is no exception. We will sacrifice and put aside money for our kids’ college education, even if it means that we are not saving for our own retirement. Many experts advise against this.
Bad credit student loans aren’t that difficult to come by. Here’s everything you need to know about the ways to get a student loan when your credit isn’t the best.
After you’ve determined how you’re going to pay for college and then you actually start your college education, it’s time to turn your attention to getting the biggest bang for your buck from the time that you spend there. Here’s how to get your money’s worth from the time you spend in college.
Here are 8 things you can do to lower your college expenses including: applying to free colleges, taking college courses in high school, starting at a community college, starting with online courses, testing out of some classes, living off campus, living with your parents, renting text books.
These college students money saving tips help college students get a handle on their money now, so they don’t go horribly into debt into debt in the future.
College tuition is increasing every year. In order to pay for a college education for your child, you probably should start savings when they are very young. However, an option to help the burden is college scholarships. There are loads of free money out there to mitigate the cost, its only a matter of finding them. This article gives a few tips to completing that process.
Student loan consolidation can be very cost-effective as long you know what to look for in a lender. This article discusses the benefits of consolidating your student loans and the best way to go about finding a lender.
The federal Perkins loan provides a way for those in financial need to pay for college. This type of student loan has a low flat interest rate and a long grace period.
Stafford federal loans are a great source for student loans. While subsidized Stafford loans are only available based on financial need, unsubsidized loans are available to all eligible students. I’ve outlines the application process as well as current interest rates and loan limits.
It is very important to know what kind of loans you are getting into when applying for student loans. By knowing a few questions to ask when researching loans, you are more likely to get the best loan for YOU.
There are several tax deductions available to us that we have no clue about. Hopefully, by learning some of the common missed tax deductions we are all able to save a little bit more.
According to H&R Block, these are some of the most often overlooked tax deductions that people often forget to take…
The Hope Credit and the Lifetime Learning credits are 2 types of tax credits that can reduce your tax liability and save you money.