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Money for Schools: Advice & Tips
With college costs continuing to rise, you probably haven't saved enough to foot the bill for a higher education.
With so many options for paying for school it can often be difficult to figure out which benefit is best for you.
College tuition can be very expensive, but that shouldn't stop you from attending. Here are 5 tips on saving for college.
Student debt is a ticking time bomb that threatens to derail many young adults' financial futures.
Federal Student Aid
Effective July 1 student loan interest rates decrease, and the Pell Grant maximum amount increases.
When should you file your FAFSA? The short answer is: it depends.
Completing the FAFSA is the first step in accessing the more than $150 billion available in federal student aid.
Read some surprising facts about the cost of education and applying for federal student aid.
Students who lost a parent in Iraq or Afghanistan after 9/11/2001 may be eligible for a special Pell grant worth over $5,000
The Troops to Teachers program helps military personnel interested in a career as a public school teacher.
The Tillman Military Scholars program supports active duty and veteran servicemembers by removing financial barriers to...
Learn the truth about using scholarships to help cover your education costs.