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Studying abroad can enrich your life, but deplete your wallet. Offset the costs by earning your keep while you're overseas.
Millennials are a famously innovative group. And when it comes to paying back student loans, they're just as on the ball.
Whether you wanted Trump to win or not, you still need to know how his presidency might affect your student loans.
Help your high schooler get a head start on college, while you get a head start on saving money.
Your college kid likely wants to hang at home on their much-earned holiday break. Get them back to the nest without going broke.
You got a higher education to improve your life — not to burden it. Don't let a student loan ruin everything.
Higher education is always a good idea, right? Wrong. Some colleges are a total scam.
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You've probably heard of FAFSA, but how about CSS PROFILE? It can help you afford the top schools in America.
Skip the candy, ramen, and energy drinks. This is what every college student needs in their care package.
If you have college-aged kids, then you need to know these major FAFSA changes for the 2017–2018 school year.
Don't be tempted by Amazon Prime's student loan "deal" until you know all the facts.
From dorm room essentials to new duds, college costs go beyond just tuition. Save big bucks by shopping with these tips in mind.
College debt doesn't stand a chance up against these top money-saving hacks.
Malia Obama made gap years buzzworthy. Fellow students taking a year of self-exploration should make these money moves first.
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