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Every dollar you borrow will cost about two dollars by the time you repay the debt. So, before you use student loan money to pay for something, ask yourself if you’d still buy it at twice the price.Read more
Instead of saving for college in a 529 plan, some families pay off their mortgage early to free up future cash flow. Families should consider their mortgage interest rate, the liquidity of their assets and whether or not they plan to stay in their home before deciding to pay off their mortgage early.Read more
Parents who are still repaying their own student loans, but have to save for their own children’s college costs, are between the proverbial rock and a hard place. Some parents are stuck repaying student loans they borrowed as college students themselves or loans they borrowed on behalf of their older college-bound children, with younger siblings still needing college financing help.Read more
Students can save on college costs by earning dual-enrollment credits in high school. Here is a list of the biggest pros and cons to consider when deciding whether or not to take dual-enrollment classes.Read more
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