Average College Tuition In America

By Online Media Source / October 10, 2019

Overview: The Current Situation of Student Loan Debt Is a college diploma even worth it in 2019? In recent years, college has been the logical next step for many high school graduates who are eager to gain more knowledge, develop their skills, and ultimately accelerate their careers. But are all these high school graduates ready…

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For Divorced Couples, College Student Aid Is Based on a Number of Factors

By Online Media Source / April 18, 2019

There are seven questions that determine who the custodial parent is. Motley Fool Staff (the_motley_fool) Apr 18, 2018 at 12:06PM In this segment from the episode of Motley Fool Answers, Robert Brokamp and Alison Southwick interview Brock Jolly and Tim McFillin from TheCollegeFundingCoach.org about how financial aid is decided for students with divorced parents. There’s…

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Go to college for free? Here’s how

By Online Media Source / March 25, 2019

 By Diana Alvear, FOX 46 Charlotte Putting one kid through college is daunting enough, Bernice feaster had two. But she never once wrote a check to pay for their school. Scholarships paid for their tuition, room and board and everything else. “Between two sons,” Feaster says, “We did about 1 point 6 million dollars,…

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2018’s Most & Least Educated Cities in America

By Online Media Source / July 26, 2018

Jul 24, 2018  |  Adam McCann, Financial Writer Cities want to attract highly educated workers to fuel their economic growth and tax revenues. Higher levels of education tend to lead to higher salaries. And the more that graduates earn, the more tax dollars they contribute over time, according to the Economic Policy Institute. In turn, educated people…

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New ways to pay for college

By Online Media Source / June 25, 2018

Experts respond to real-life scenarios of people struggling to afford higher education Jun 23, 2018 @ 6:00 am By Ryan W. Neal 4Shares GIF Everything was going according to plan, at first. Rosemary was investing in a diversified portfolio and saving for retirement. Over several years her adviser helped her negotiate pay raises, buy a…

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Even if You Have a Lot of Assets, Your College Student Could Qualify for Aid

By Online Media Source / April 19, 2018

FAFSA primarily weighs your income, not your assets. Motley Fool Staff (the_motley_fool) Apr 18, 2018 at 11:30AM In this segment from the episode of Motley Fool Answers, Robert Brokamp and Alison Southwick interview Brock Jolly and Tim McFillin from TheCollegeFundingCoach.org about how your assets can influence whether your college student can receive financial aid. The…

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When It Comes to Paying for College, Don’t Forget FAFSA

By Online Media Source / April 19, 2018

Even folks with high family incomes should complete the FAFSA. Motley Fool Staff (the_motley_fool) Apr 18, 2018 at 11:20AM In this segment from the episode of Motley Fool Answers, Robert Brokamp and Alison Southwick interview Brock Jolly and Tim McFillin from TheCollegeFundingCoach.org about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Some people believe that…

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The Weirdest College Traditions

By Online Media Source / April 18, 2018

How much do you know about college traditions? Motley Fool Staff (the_motley_fool) Apr 18, 2018 at 12:31PM In this segment from the episode of Motley Fool Answers, Robert Brokamp and Alison Southwick are joined by Brock Jolly and Tim McFillin from TheCollegeFundingCoach.org. Seized by the academic spirit, Alison quizzes them on their knowledge of bizarre…

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529 Plans Won’t Keep Your College Student From Receiving Aid

By Online Media Source / April 18, 2018

FAFSA weighs your income more heavily than a 529 plan. Motley Fool Staff (the_motley_fool) Apr 18, 2018 at 11:44AM In this segment from the episode of Motley Fool Answers, Robert Brokamp and Alison Southwick interview Brock Jolly and Tim McFillin from TheCollegeFundingCoach.org about how 529 plans can affect a college student’s financial aid. The Free…

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5 Common Myths About Paying for College

By Online Media Source / April 10, 2018

With the help of financial advisors from TheCollegeFundingCoach.org, we’re going to debunk the most common myths about applying for student aid and paying for college. We’ll also talk about the point when investment returns outweigh your…  

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