Everything you need to know about college and finances, including student loans.
Do you save for your children’s education?
Or do you plan to start?
If you think it’s important to help your child with college expenses, you are in luck, because you have some options.
One of the most common ways to save for education is through a 529 plan.
A 529 is like an IRA for education.
Let’s see how a 529 can help you…
I just published an awesome guest post, which was an inspiring story about working full-time while paying for college.
I think it’s only appropriate that I follow it up with an awesome infographic about the debt of college.
If you are considering college, you will most likely incur some degree (no pun intended) of debt.
This is the question we face: Is the degree worth the debt?
It’s a black and white answer. The answer is yes.
Well…sometimes it’s yes…other times it may be no.
Did I say black and white? What I meant was…
Higher education is a goal for many, but not everyone can afford to cut back on work hours to make it happen.
Even the hefty price tag of a degree these days is enough to deter people from chasing after their dreams.
I was an average 20-something year old who desperately wanted a graduate degree, but faced the same challenges with finding the time and finances to make it happen.
Here is how I successfully juggled working a demanding full-time job while completing a full-time MBA program in exactly two years…