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If you have children, there's a good chance they may end up in college someday. And you might like to help pay for that college education. But are you financially prepared to help? Can you afford to make saving for college a priority right now?
You can call them Boomerang Kids. You can call it Failure to Launch Syndrome. Whatever you call it, the fact is this – young adults are coming back home more than ever before. The question for you is can you afford it?
Teens today are half as likely to hold a summer job as they were 40 years ago. Is college to blame?
Student loan debt is out of control, but how did it get that way? And who's to blame?
Know a loved one heading off to college soon? Are they ready to make financial decisions on their own? Follow this five point checklist to make sure they start off the next step on the right financial foot.
College is terrifically expensive. And it's only getting more expensive. Does it make economic sense to start your adult life so deeply in debt?
There are many different financial factors to consider before you head off to college. The amount of details that can go into budgeting can be overwhelming, but it is important to remember that planning and research beforehand can really help you make the most of your finances and budget.
When it comes to food, college students have a lot more to worry about than simply gaining the dreaded "freshman 15".
The cost of going out to eat with friends, ordering late-night pizza, and indulging in daily lattes will not only expand your waistline, but will also shrink your bank account. Before you know it, your jeans are too tight, and you don’t have the finances to fund a new wardrobe because you spent all of your money dining out and ordering in.
Whether you’re a college freshman or a fifth-year senior, following these 15 easy tips will help you save money on food without becoming another starving college student cliché.
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