Student Loan Debt Just Crossed $1.7 Trillion, How To Save Your Finances From This Startling Statistic

2021-09-01T16:41:42+00:00September 15, 2021|Blog, College Planning, Investments|

Earning a degree is often part of the “American Dream,” making it an accomplishment worth working toward. And while graduating from college is a collective dream, the cost of obtaining it can be somewhat of a nightmare. On average, earning an undergraduate degree results in about $36,510 in student loan debt. For those earning a master’s? That number nearly doubles to $71,318 (according to educationdata.org).  Keep in mind that the type of degree one earns [...]

4 Top Money Boundaries To Set With Your College-Bound Teen

2021-07-31T01:21:40+00:00August 1, 2021|Blog, College Planning, Family Financial Information, Financial Roadblocks|

As a parent of a college-bound teenager, you likely have a lot on your mind. How will they adjust to campus life? Will they find something they are passionate about? How much will it all cost? College doesn’t come cheap, and it isn’t just the University bill you have to worry about. You certainly want to avoid college credit cards gone wild. While you can’t be there at checkout with them, you could do something [...]

College Costs How Much? Why School Is So Expensive and Tips To Save Better

2021-07-31T01:08:55+00:00July 15, 2021|529 Savings Plan, Blog, College Planning, Family Financial Information|

As many of you probably already know, the average cost of college in the United States has skyrocketed over the last couple of decades. In a 20-year time frame (according to educationdata.org), the average price per year has tripled and is now roughly $35,720. That is $142,880 for a 4-year degree!   Why have college costs ballooned so much? What can parents and students do to prepare for this financial burden? College Tuition Is On The [...]

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