College Planning/529 Plans

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Distress Soars At Small U.S. Colleges As Enrollment Declines

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Schools reporting new instances of impairment, such as defaults, jumped from three in 2022 to 17 in 2023.

Funding College and Retirement Together Just Got Easier

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It's a painful choice: to save either for college or retirement. But new saving rules make it easier to do both at the same time.

Why Some Student Loans Are Getting Forgiven But Not Others

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Roughly 3.9 million Americans have received some form of loan forgiveness in the last year.

Texas Student Loan Borrowers Get Biggest Share Of Biden's Forgiveness Plan

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Residents in the Lone Star State will receive $116.6 million of the $1.2 billion awarded.

Biden Cancels $1.2 Billion Of Federal Student Loans

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The move benefits those enrolled in the government's Saving on a Valuable Education (SAVE) plan.

Biden Officials Agree To Weigh Student Debt Relief Changes

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President Biden has sought a "Plan B" for debt relief after one plan was shot down in court.

Surging College Costs Push Students To Vocational Programs

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People are questioning whether four-year degrees are worth it, especially in fields of study that don't lead to high-paying jobs.

Biden Cancels $5 Billion In Student Debt In Latest Relief Step

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Almost 74,000 student loan borrowers will see debt canceled as a result of the move.

Biden's New Student Debt Plan Faces Pressure From Civil Rights, Labor Groups

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Nearly 70 groups are seeking broader relief than the Biden administration's draft plan offers.

Millions Of Student Loan Borrowers Still Aren't Making Payments

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About 40% of those with federal debt benefited from leniency measures after the pandemic pause on payments ended in October.

Harvard College Early Applications Drop 17% From Last Year

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Harvard received 7,921 applications for non-binding early admissions, compared with 9,553 last year.

After Student Loan Payments Restart, 1.4 Million Americans Risk Defaulting On Debt

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Analysts have been debating the impact on household finances and the economy as Americans resume student loan payments.

Recruiting The Best And Brightest Talent From HBCUs: What Financial Services Firms Need To Know

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Recently I had the pleasure of attending the Spelhouse Homecoming, an annual event that brings together students, families and alumni from Spelman and Morehouse Colleges...

The Hypocrisy At The Core Of America's Elite Universities

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The top schools like to talk about being inclusive, but their reputations depend on being selective.

The Tech Gold Rush Is Over. Where's The Next One?

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Ambitious young people in search of their fortune are looking for a new industry.

Gen Z's Cash Cushion Is Shrinking After The Summer Of Splurge

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Young adults are facing higher financial stress with the return of student loan payments and higher prices.

MIT's $23.5 Billion Fund Posts Loss While Big Endowments Lag

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The richest colleges performed worse than small endowments in the most recent year.

Every Generation Makes Money Mistakes. Here's What They Are

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Many of us are making moves in the wrong decade of life.

Tax-Smart Wealth Transfer Tips For Clients In Late Old Age

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Older clients have different needs but can often help family members.

Getting A Master's Degree May Not Pay Off With A Higher Salary

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Graduate students for the first time are set to outpace how much undergraduates are borrowing.

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