Which would give the best value and experience? These seven steps will help you make a far better-informed decision when building a list of colleges.
Last year, Shellee Howard's company College Ready helped 51 seniors get $17.6 million in scholarships. In this episode of The Agent of Wealth Podcast, she shares her vast knowledge on college admissions — and how to maximize your chances of receiving financial aid in the process.
While a 529 is generally referred to as a college savings account, it can be used for other types of education. Plus, recent tax laws give you even more options of what to do with a 529 if a child doesn’t go to college.
Increase your chances of acceptance by creating a balanced college list using these three categories: safety, target and reach.
With the cost of a college education rising higher and higher each year, consider all the options available to you before you take out expensive college loans.
If you’ve started college planning, you’ve heard of the FAFSA. It’s an essential part of the process, as it’s your gateway to all federal aid. Here’s what you should know before the application opens.
You asked, we answered. Here's what you need to know about 529 college savings plans.