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University Of Texas Endowment Tops $25 Billion, Surpassing Yale


The University of Texas endowment surpassed Yale University’s as the second-wealthiest in U.S. higher education, spurred on by oil and gas.

Are 529 Plans Really Just A Tax Break For The Rich?


President Barack Obama's proposal this week to roll back tax benefits for so-called 529 plans exposes a fundamental disagreement about who is benefiting from these state-sponsored college savings...

Obama Tax Agenda Widens Partisan Gulf As He Seeks Redistribution


The plan would raise the top capital gains rate to 28 percent, impose tax increases for high earners, limit tax breaks for 529 plans and take other steps to pay for new programs.

Split In Fortunes Stalks U.S. Schoolchildren Amid Growing Inequality


The opportunity divide that begins at birth is widening, reinforcing inequality as American children progress through school.

Prepaid College Tuition Plans May Help Clients Keep College Costs In Check


As college tuition continues to rise and student debt continues to grow, prepaid tuition plans can be an option for clients to keep costs down.

Obama Proposes Free Community College For Many Students


President Barack Obama proposed making two years of community college education free for students who maintain academic standards.

Making It Pay

by Eric Rasmussen

Investment managers Bahl & Gaynor in Cincinnati have built up $12 billion in assets with a dividend approach for patient investors.

Gateway To College Aid

by Jerilyn Klein Bier

Don’t underestimate the power of the Fafsa for families across the income spectrum.

CFP Board Changes Exam Requirements


CFP Board approves changes for those wanting to sit for the CFP exam.

CFP Board Adds 28 'Ambassadors'

by FA Staff

The organization has added 28 new ambassadors, bringing the total amount of ambassadors to 50, who now cover 38 regions throughout the country.

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