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07/01/2013

The Best Values in Public College

With the cost of secondary education at an all-time high and students becoming increasingly aware of the hardships that come with amassing large debts, finding a great value in a college is more important than ever. The organizations that put together college rankings are aware of this fact and are providing important information that parents and students searching for the perfect school should carefully review.

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06/01/2013

Financial Tips for Single Parents

For single parents, managing finances can carry significant stress, concern and worry. Stretching one income to provide for your family is important, and knowing how to do it effectively, without getting stressed out, is even more so.
 

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05/01/2013

Five Common Assumptions about Financial Aid

Unfortunately, every school’s student loan package is different, and parents and children must conduct extensive research to make the best choices. While colleges and universities will send detailed financial aid award packages to students, additional evaluations are necessary to ensure that pupils receive the maximum support at cost-effective rates.
 

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04/01/2013

Prepare for Future Retirement by Pretending to be Retired

When the topic of retirement comes up, you may find yourself asking more questions than you have answers for. Will you have enough money when you retire? How much can you afford to invest? How will retirement affect your relationship with your spouse and your family? One solution that has recently started becoming more common is rehearsing your retirement. This can be a fun way to find the information you need without making any long-term.

 

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