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3 College Savings Trends to Consider in 2015 (US News)

For many Americans, the beginning of the year is a time to set goals –goals that are often financial. And while getting out of debt, socking away cash for retirement and earning more income are all noble resolutions for 2015, for parents of children near college age and even younger, saving for college is likely at the top of the list.

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College Planning

Five Ways to Save on Your Big Day

Weddings can be expensive. In fact, Michelle Turner, the owner of Consultants Unlimited, says, “Nothing about a wedding is inexpensive.” That’s true, but with a little hard work and attention to detail it is possible to stick to your budget. 356 more words

College Life

7 Legal Ways to Squeeze More College Aid From the FAFSA (Time)

Filling out the 10 eye-crossing pages of the 2015-16 Free Application for Federal Student Aid, the most important application for need-based college financial aid, may not seem like a fun adventure in Super Mario’s Mushroom Kingdom.

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Monthly Bridesmaids’ Savings Challenge

So, one of your really good girlfriends is getting married and you’re super excited for her! To top off the great news, she asked you to be one of her bridesmaids! 204 more words


Is Your Financial Aid Offer the Best Offer? (College Financial Aid Advisors)

As a high school senior you and your parents are trying to make the best decision about which college you will choose. You want to attend a great school, but also need to make sure it is affordable.

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3 Financial Aid Mistakes to Avoid and Other Expert Advice (Grown & Flown)

Oh, January…college-bound seniors have now submitted their last applications and returned to high school for a final, emotional semester. While they turn their attention to a well-deserved victory lap, their parents turn their focus to financial aid.

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4 Ways To Save During a Foreclosure Renovation

Online Shopping Perks

My employer uses Insperity HR services and they have a service called Insperity Marketplace. Anyway, they award points (they call them WOW points) for every online purchase you make through their portal. 366 more words