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Get The Best Deal On Back To School Supplies

I was in the stores 2 days ago and the back-to-school goods are on the shelves. A lot of what I saw out there is a real bargain. Both Target and Walmart have bargain aisles, sometimes called "Action Alley." There are true deals on pens, pencils, paper, notebooks, folders, all ...

Going To College: Your Guide to Campus Life and Money

If you're about to head off to college or are the parent of someone who is, you might be wondering, "What should I do about money?" Being on campus offers you a lot of opportunities to blow money. But it doesn't have to be that way; there are also ways ...

Florida battles income inequality

Florida battles income inequality

Debates about income inequality are becoming central in our country. Good news: One state is on board with a plan that helps kids make sure more wealth will flow to them over time.

Private Technical Schools Saddle Students With Most Debt

Private for-profit technical schools leave students with the heaviest burden of student loan debt, according to a new report from the College Board. I have long believed that education is the key to climbing the economic ladder. But that doesn't necessarily mean traditional college is the way to go; it ...

Save Money On Your College Degree

Getting a college degree doesn't have to break the bank. Here's a new way for you to cut the cost in half and still get the degree you want from a traditional 4-year college. First off though, there's been a lot of negative press about the value of a college ...

Is Graduate School Worth The Cost?

If you thought earning a bachelor’s degree was expensive, just wait until you start looking at graduate school. Tuition at grad schools has been on the rise for the last few years. The cost of attending a school for an advanced degree jumped 60% in just a decade, according to ...

Student Loan Guide

Do you need to borrow to fund college education for yourself or your child? I wrote this guide to tell you about my Clark Smart approach to student loans. Meanwhile, don't forget to have a look at my very popular section on student loan forgivness and income-based repayment plans for ...

Get out of student loan debt in 10 years

Get out of student loan debt in 10 years

Don't fall for solicitations that want you to pay to get student debt relief! There's a legitimate way to get out of student loan debt in as little as 10 years.

Best Free Resources for Continuing Education

As much as we may want to follow the excellent, oft-given advice to “never stop learning,” in the real world continuing our educations past grade school and college can be difficult. Higher education doesn’t come cheap, and it’s hard to make room in our already busy lives filled with family ...

Private Student Loans Can Go Into Automatic Default

Picture this: You're paying on your student loan as agreed and suddenly your grandparent or parent who co-signed the loan dies. Do you get a temporary forbearance or a note of condolence from the lender? No. According to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, you're told the entire loan is now ...

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