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What is the Best Way to Invest Graduation Money

Dear SmallIvy,

My daughter – she is 18 has received about $2500 for graduation money. What is the best way to invest it? She is all set for college – have 529 and she works part-time making $7 an hour. 1,085 more words


What's New With Student Loans?

Busy week in student loan land:

  • What’s the average student debt levels by state?  The HuffPost provides a graphic for students  to see how their state stacks up.
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10 Scholarships to Apply for This Fall

I hope last month’s “Five Tips for Finding College Scholarships” post inspired many of you to start looking for college scholarships, but if you need a few suggestions, here are 10 scholarships available to high school seniors that have application deadlines within the next few months. 566 more words


The Challenges Of College Financing Facing High School Seniors (Forbes)

Many high school seniors are busy applying for college right now. Filling out applications, tracking down recommendations, and writing amazing essays. But even if these students are accepted at the schools they choose, they face another challenge: paying for it.

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College Planning

College, Is really Fucking Expensive.

College is really fucking expensive “education”.

How do I know this, well a combination of research and personal experience. lets take a look at an in-state tuition fees and costs of UW Milwaukee a very popular choice for schooling in Wisconsin. 910 more words

Putting military servicemembers at ease when paying for college

Military servicemembers and veterans shouldn’t feel abandoned when it comes to funding their education and repaying student loans. In fact, state and federal governments do a lot to help members of the armed forces manage the cost of college. 810 more words