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The American College of Financial Services has named Robert R. Johnson, Ph.D., as president and chief executive officer beginning October 1.
Parents plan to cover 64 percent of their children’s college costs, but are on track to reach just 28 percent of that savings goal, says Fidelity.
TD Ameritrade is preparing to launch what it says will be the first Web site to match college students with financial planning jobs and internships being offered by advisory firms.
Increased awareness of student loan debt has caused 71 percent of parents to look at different strategies to fund their child’s education, says the College Savings Foundation.
There is a new number one party school, according to The Princeton Review’s annual college rankings for 2014.
Consider the costs vs. educational benefits.
Ruling on 60-day IRA rollovers startles some practitioners.
American families borrowed less to pay for sending their children to college in 2013 than in the previous two years, according to a report from student lender Sallie Mae.
The U.S. Treasury, which finances more than 90 percent of new student loans, is exploring ways to make repayment more affordable.
Eight teams of college students will test their financial planning knowledge at the FPA Annual Conference being held in Seattle this September...
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