Many students are turning to less expensive options, including community colleges, small religious private schools and state universities.
Many families turn to brokers to help them find the right 529 plan for college savings. Is it worth the extra cost?
Setting up a Roth IRA for your teen can be a smart and rewarding move to consider at tax time. You don't have to be rich to do it, either.
What’s the best way to prep a teen for a credit card? For parents, there are two strategies: keeping control and instilling good habits.
If you know anyone with a child in college or one that will be soon, you know this is hand-wringing time, as families sweat financial aid awards.
To make sure you get all you can from your FAFSA, should you hire a financial adviser to act as a tour guide? Here’s a look at both sides of the issue.
College apps can be more daunting than the SAT, more important than yearbook photos and more talked about than prom. Here's how to make it easy.
If you’re worried that your kid’s freshman year (not to mention the tuition) will disappear into a bottle of José Cuervo, then you’ll want to read this.
Faced with limited job options, many young adults are turning to an old standby to weather the recession: moving back in with mom and dad.
You say you’re unhappy with your 529 college savings plan? You’re not alone.