Paying for Education
- 4 Tips When Taking Out a Student Loan
Given the high cost of college, getting a loan can be the deciding factor in whether a student can attend school and where he or she will go. In fact, a majority of college students graduate with at least some student loan debt, and the average debt in 2017 was nearly $30,000.
- College Costs (and How to Lower Them)
College tuition can be very expensive, but when you’re budgeting for higher education don’t forget to include the many other costs you’ll be facing. Here’s a rundown of some of the most significant expenses to keep in mind:
- Repaying Student Loans: What You Need to Know
Many students are happy to sign the loan documents that will enable them to get a college education, but when it comes time to pay off that loan, they may find themselves with a lot of questions. Here are a few ways to get a better handle on the repayment process.
- Saving for College
Putting away enough money to pay for college costs can seem daunting, but there are several ways to do it, each with its own advantages.
- Should I refinance my student loans?
- What's a 529 savings plan?
- What's the difference between federal and private loans?