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A growing number of seniors are discovering the federal government plans to take part of their Social Security benefit to pay off delinquent student loans, tax bills, child support or alimony.
The U.S. Census Bureau reports a two-year cumulative enrollment drop of 930,000 students, with community colleges experiencing the largest decline.
MassMutual’s new endeavor hopes to engage young adults about financial issues.
Parents' own student loan debt prevents them from saving for their children’s college expenses, a CFP Board survey has found.
George Bradley has joined the FPA to manage conferences and other educational programs.
The center is designed to bring together professional development resources, tools and content for financial professionals.
U.S. News & World Report's annual ranking of U.S. colleges and universities provides a starting point for clients searching for the best academic value for their children.
Fifty-four percent of surveyed parents said they fear their retirement would be jeopardized by helping their children pay for college, according to a new study.
Leading both parents and kids in student loan repayment strategies can improve everyone’s financial future.
Our schools are failing when it comes to financial literacy.
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