Why You Need to Talk to Your Kids About Money

By Online Media Source / September 30, 2022

More of an audio-visual learning? Watch the free recording of the workshop we did on this topic. Financial Illiteracy Will Destroy Our Kids’ Futures & Generations to Come If you’re…

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6 Ways College-Bound Students Can Plan Ahead to Stand Out Later

By Online Media Source / August 29, 2022

We will dive into this topic in more detail on Wednesday, September 7th. Register for the free webinar here! It’s never been more difficult to get into college. More students…

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My Kid Is a Decent Student but We Will Not Qualify for Need-Based Financial Aid

By Hugo Carvajal / August 16, 2022

I hear this a lot. And by a lot, I mean almost every day. This is one of the most common issues for families trying to pay for college. Calculate…

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Little-Known Secrets for a Smooth and Successful Dorm Move-In Day

By Shana Despres / July 18, 2022

First, congratulations on achieving this rite of passage.  It’s an exciting time for your family! Second, the more you can plan and prepare for your student’s move-in day, the easier…

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6 Major Changes to the FAFSA

By Zack Whitlock / June 21, 2022

Congress signed a second pandemic relief package at the end of 2020 which created some changes in the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, commonly referred to as the FAFSA.…

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How Will I Be Read: What Matters Most on the College Application

By Online Media Source / June 7, 2022

Guest post courtesy of The College Coaches. To learn more about the overall college application process, check out the recording of our free workshop on this topic. Will you be…

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Do 529 Savings Plans Make the Grade?

By Brock Jolly / May 31, 2022

Statistics show that most parents are familiar with Section 529 plans, yet only about 37% of parents are actually using them, according to a study done by Sallie Mae. As…

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Top 7 Ways to Financially Prepare for College

By Online Media Source / May 10, 2022

It’s no news that college is an incredibly expensive endeavor. Many students end up with tens of thousands of dollars in debt when they graduate – a debt they have…

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How to Rebound After Your Small Business Closes

By Online Media Source / May 10, 2022

Small business owners: Make the college dream a reality by learning strategies from The College Funding Coach’s Little-Known Secrets of Paying for College Workshop. If your small business has closed,…

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Test Prep Avenues for the ACT/SAT: Matching Budget to Student Type

By Online Media Source / May 4, 2022

This is a guest post from Alexander Chip of Top Score Education. If you like this content and want more like it, feel free to join our free workshop in…

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