Education/529

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A Webinar On How To Get Financially Fit

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A free webinar for 20- to 40-year-olds will tell them how to get financially fit early in their careers.

Harvard Is Even Richer Than You Think As College Divide Grows

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The assets of the 40 wealthiest high-learning institutions, led by Harvard University, have increased 50 percent over the past five years, Moody's says.

The U.S. Government's $800 Billion Gamble On Student Loans

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One of the big potential costs to U.S. taxpayers over the next years is an enterprise that's currently estimated to be even a bit profitable for them: financing student loans.

Why College Is Worth The Money For Almost Everybody

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School still pays. The cost of earning a college degree pays off with consistently higher lifetime earnings, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.

Does College Pay? Almost Always Yes, San Francisco Fed Says

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The cost of earning a college degree pays off with consistently higher lifetime earnings, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.

These Students Could Get the Government To Kill Their Loans

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A group of student activists is demanding a refund on their federal student debt, and the government is listening.

How To Claim Those Baffling College Tax Breaks

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You may need a degree just to understand the tax breaks available for a college education.

More Proof That Graduating In The Recession Was Awful

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The Great Recession and its aftermath was an exceptionally bad time to lack work experience or a college degree.

The 10 States With The Most Student Debt

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Washington, D.C. has been called one of America's most college-educated cities...

Little-Known 529 Plans Could Use Second Promotional Wind

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Many parents don't know that the 529 college savings plans exist, which means that many families miss out on one of the best, tax-advantaged ways of encouraging education and limiting student-loan...

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