If the thought of paying for college keeps you up at night, you are not alone. Between 2005 and 2016, the cost of an undergraduate education at public colleges and universities increased 34%. And it goes up more each year—by an average rate of 3.1% for a 4-year public university. That's on top of the average annual rate of inflation. Given the steep price and the well-documented financial impact of student loans, it may be worth asking your friends and family to contribute to
Parents may assume they earn too much to qualify for financial aid.
However, there are a number of strategies that even wealthy families can employ to cut expenses. While it’s no surprise that parents stress about how they’re going to pay for college, you may be shocked at those who are arguably the biggest worriers. Usually, the people who are most proactive in seeking ways to cut college costs are affluent and wealthy parents.
The good news is that simple yet effective st
You are not the only one who needs to be on guard about their personal data safety. Minor children are 35 times more likely than adults to suffer ID theft. Here’s what parents need to know. The latest target of identity thieves is not you, but rather your children. With little to no financial history, minors make an unsuspecting and easily exploited target. According to a Child Identity Fraud Survey conducted by Javelin Strategy and Research, one in 40 households has had one