Planning for Education

There was a time, generations ago, when a high school education was enough and only the lucky few reached for a higher education. Times have changed. Today, even entry level jobs at most companies require a college degree. Being a college student has a lot of demands and it’s never too early to have a clear understanding of the costs, savings options and educational funding programs. At, we’ve gathered some information on the following topics to help you with your plans for higher education.

Balancing Your College Course Load

Socially, emotionally, and academically, college is one of the most important times in your life. Our team understands how exciting and important this time in your life can be. However, we also understand that the social and emotional changes during this time can easily eclipse your academic goals. To help you ensure that you are getting the most out of your college education, we have compiled some tips that will help you with your education planning. Read more

College Scholarships – The Basics

One of the most important aspects of education planning is figuring out how you are going to pay for your college education. Luckily, there are all kinds of resources that can help you. There are countless grants that are available to people who qualify, and there are also a wide range of scholarships for which you may qualify. If you know where to look, you can easily find some of the money that you need. Read more

Community College – A Better Value?

Today, a college education is one of the most valued assets anyone can have. Going to college is one of the biggest decisions anyone can make, whether you’re fresh out of high school or if you’re headed back after spending years in the workforce. It’s not uncommon to see people immediately seek for a bachelor’s degree from a four-year private college or public university, largely for the prestige and value it brings, directly out of high school. On the other hand, you might find just as much value in obtaining an education from a community college. Read more

Cost Planning Ideas for Studying Abroad

A study abroad experience is one of the most exciting parts of a college. Experiencing the different food, customs, and culture of another country can add a lot to a college education. However, the cost of traveling abroad is often forgotten in the course of education planning, and without proper planning, it may feel impossible to pay for a trip abroad. Read more

ESA College Savings

A college degree is non-negotiable in today’s changing job market, but education planning for your kids can seem like an overwhelming task. If you’re like the rest of us, you’re getting financial advice thrown at you from every direction–and you’re trying to sort through it all to make the wisest decisions for your family and to best prepare for your child’s college education. Read more

Getting Your GED

If you are currently evaluating your education planning and you never received a high school diploma, you may want to consider earning your GED. A GED is an excellent option for individuals who didn’t graduate from high school but who are interested in better opportunities for employment or who want to pursue college education. We have put together the following information and guidance that can help you determine whether earning a GED is the right step for you. Read more

How to Choose the Right Student Loan Repayment Plan

When education planning or trying to figure out the best way to pay off a newly minted college education, students are often faced with the myriad of options for student loan repayment. Although these options can seem pretty confusing, they really boil down to just a few choices. Choosing the right plan, moreover, can make repaying those loans easier or harder financially, so making sure to pick the right repayment method is paramount. To make things easier for you when education planning, we have put together the following breakdown on student loan repayment plans. Read more

Insurance Coverage for College Students

Preparing for college and education planning is a stressful time—not just for students, but their parents and other family members too. Potential students need many things: new clothes, dorm furniture, school supplies, a computer and internet access and possibly even a car. However, one of the most important things is something you may not have yet considered. Health insurance for students is vitally important because even college age students have medical requirements, and you never know when an accident could happen. Read more

Private Loans for College

As young people launch themselves into self-sufficiency, and their parents work on gathering the resources to help, the financial challenge of paying for college continues to grow: In the decade between 2000 and 2010, the yearly cost of attending a private college rose an average of 31 percent, after adjusting for inflation. Costs for public colleges have risen 42 percent during the same period, due to government funding shortfalls. Read more

Save for College – Save on Taxes – the 529 Plan

A college education is more important than ever, and it’s never too soon to start planning and saving for a college education. With the costs associated with a higher education are rising steadily. It is more important than ever to understand the options for paying for college and to get out in front of them. One such option when it comes to saving for college education is the 529 College Savings Plan, otherwise known as a qualified tuition plan. Read more

Save Money, Cut Costs while in College

Higher education is often one of the biggest costs you’ll face, even before living expenses are taken into account. With tuition rates steadily increasing, more and more students aren’t able to pay for their basic expenses and they’re forced to take on even more debt to cover their living costs. While it can certainly feel overwhelming to focus on budgeting and expenses while you’re juggling a full course load, there are a few simple steps you can take to cut college cost. Read more

Student Loan Grants

Luckily the federal government and many private institutions give out many student loan grants in order to help students, many from economically challenged families, afford a college education. College grants come in a wide variety of forms, and anyone who might be eligible for them should definitely spend the time making sure they have explored all their options for pursuing higher education funding. Unlike loans, grants will not need to be paid back later and are one of the best ways to receive a college education. Read more

The Pros and Cons of Financial Education

Financial education might be what you need in order to get what you want out of life. Money isn’t just money. Money is a new home, security, an escape from debt, new opportunities in life, in business, even in love. Money is feeling comfortable with the idea of having another child, it’s driving that dream car that you ogled as a kid and it’s a way to get what you want from life, a financial education, for many of us, is all that’s standing between ourselves and the lives we want to lead. Read more

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