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Do millennials, generally considered to be those born between 1980 and 1999, have different factors which affect how they make decisions about student loans? The ever-increasing amount of student loans, estimated at over $30,000 per 2013 graduate in some states, seems to indicate that this...

The holidays are over, winter is settling in, and college students are getting set to return to campus. Parents of high school seniors are anxiously beginning the process of completing the FAFSA for the very first time. You may not have noticed that the President...

Another year is about to begin, so it is time to think about making some resolutions. For high school and college students, and their parents, resolutions often revolve around issues of money. Since there are many participants in the college financial aid process, here are...

Perhaps you have been quite efficient and managed to get all of your college applications submitted on time. You have also met with your parents and started to collect the information needed to complete the FAFSA in January. Is there anything else you can do...

The New Year will soon be upon us, and with that is the start of another FAFSA season. FAFSA - the Free Application for Federal Student Aid - is the key to receiving access to federal, state and institutional college financial aid. It is important...

When some parents talk to their college-aged children about money, it can feel like they come from two different planets, not just two different generations. The “Baby Boomers” and “Gen Xers” of yesterday are trying to help their millennial children learn to deal with the...