Saving for College Articles
Remember, loans are not free money!
FAFSA stands for Free Application for Federal Student Aid; translation: free government money to help you pay for school!
Keep in mind that the key to financial success is being aware of how you’re spending your money and cutting out the bad habits.
When you’re looking to pay for school, lining up funding can become confusing. Thankfully, Fastweb is here to help!
There's one very important celebration that takes place all month long that you may have overlooked...Financial Aid Awareness Month!
The New Year is a perfect chance to resolve to save money for your education.
Utilize these resources to repay your student loans or to manage your current financial situation.
Students often overlook opportunities to save - don't allow yourself to be one of them!
If most young people are united in believing there is an issue, what are they doing to resolve it?
Stop being a statistic and start getting smart about student debt.
Keeping track of all your student loans can be confusing - is consolidation the answer?
These schools prove that it is possible to make educational funding readily available to their students.
When you’re a student trying to pay for school, one of the greatest challenges can be managing your finances in the best way possible.
After a series of summer negotiations, student loan interest rates have been restored to a more affordable percentage.
Families have adjusted to the post-recession when it comes to paying for school, using grants and scholarships to fund the rising college costs.
Student debt spans the population and affects all groups across age, race, ethnicity and gender.
It seems as though many are considering the recent doubling of student loan rates as a tipping point to the education cost issue - with more alternative payment programs resulting.
Before you borrow, make sure it will pay off in the future.
The current interest rate is 3.4 percent and, starting the first of July, would double for more than seven million students.
The changed to the 2014-2015 FAFSA is considered a step forward for the LGBTQ community.