I won't qualify for financial aid, but I still need help paying for college

What can you do if you make too much for financial aid, but not enough to pay for college out of pocket?

| college savings | | high-income | | fund 529 | | tuition tax breaks | | American Opportunity Tax Credit |

Will you spend too much this 4th of July? Depends on where you celebrate.

According to Wallethub, the average household is expected to spend around $346.50 on Independence Day this year. Costs will add up quickly, especially if you plan on traveling. Here is a list of the best (and worst) cities to celebrate the 4th of July this year.

| independence day | | 4th of july | | america | | holidays | | budget |

[PODCAST] How to Effectively Save For College When You Have Multiple Children

Listen to our podcast to learn the best ways to divvy up your college savings with multiple children.

| Multiple Children | | 529 plans | | saving | | college | | Sallie Mae | | America saves |

America's Parents Get a B-Minus on Their College Savings Report Card

When we asked parents to grade their college savings progress, they gave themselves a B-minus. While theres definitely room for improvement to bump that to an A, we found that many are taking steps in the right direction, with more families saving in 529 college savings plans (up 5% from 2012) and 61% having a financial plan in place to help reach college goals.

| College Savings | | American Families | | 529 Plan |

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