One of the big issues in the world of debt right now is the increase in student loans. As education…
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Getting a standard four-year degree can cost upwards of $200,000, so it shouldn’t be a surprise that a majority of students who attend college – even those who attend less expensive community colleges – accrue some debt while studying. While scholarships exist for those who excel in the classroom (and for those who are willing to put in the time to search and apply for them), most people leave college with a hefty sum of money to pay back. This puts a lot of pressure on new graduates to find jobs immediately so that they can begin an often decade-long repayment process. However it is possible to streamline this repayment process. All you have to do is simply follow these tips.
Though we don’t hear about them much, 529 Plans have been around since 1996. They were created specifically to give tax breaks and other financial incentives to parents who were saving for their kids’ college education. 529 Plans come in lots of shapes and sizes, so choosing the right one can be tricky. To help you narrow down your options, here are some things to consider.