College Planning/529 Plans

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U.S. Will Have To Write Off Billions In Student Debt Due To Deaths

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Some 300,000 borrowers are estimated to have died since March 2020.

FPA Joins Effort To Allow 529 Assets To Be Used For CFP Training

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The FPA has joined a new coalition that supports a bill to expand the expenses that can be paid for with 529 plans.

You Can Ignore Those Student Loans. Leniency Is Guaranteed For Now

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Ignoring federal student loan bills could be a good option for some.

SAVE Plan To Lighten Burden On Student Borrowers

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But advisors must do some math to find the right plan for clients.

Chaos Looms As $1.5 Trillion Student-Loan Pause Abruptly Ends

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If the Education Department was a bank, it would rank fifth by size of assets in the U.S.

Does It Really Matter Who Gets Into Harvard?

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The college admissions process should be less biased toward the elite, but there are better ways to reduce inequality.

Millions Of Young People Prepare To Pay Student Loans For First Time

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Monthly bills will come due this October, ending a three-year pause.

Student Loan Bills Will Cut $100 Billion From Consumer Spending

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Borrowers are preparing to make payments on their student loans after a three-year pause that began in March 2020.

'Payment Shock' Looms For Millions With U.S. Student-Loan Restart

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The reboot of federal student loan payments is going to hit household budgets.

Biden's New Student Debt Relief Plan Will Likely Face Legal Challenges

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The Supreme Court signaled that President Biden faces a large hurdle in implementing a broad debt relief plan.

What The Supreme Court Student Loan Decision Means For Your Client's Money

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The decision comes as many prospective students and their parents are debating whether college is worth the cost.

Supreme Court Throws Out Biden's Student-Loan Relief Plan

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Chief Justice John Roberts said the Biden administration program was “seizing the power of the legislature.”

Supreme Court Rejects Use Of Race In University Admissions

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The ruling could mean fewer Black and Hispanic students at the country's top universities.

Student Loan-Relief Backers Warn Biden 'Failure Isn't An Option'

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Proponents of student loan forgiveness say President Biden has other options if his original plan is struck down.

Anxiety Rocks Student Borrowers As Chance Of $20,000 Relief Dims

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For now, some are putting life decisions on hold as they await a Supreme Court ruling.

Return Of Student Loan Payments Will Stretch Household Budgets

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With the pandemic-era pause set to end, many Americans will struggle to cover their expenses.

Consumer Awareness Of 529 Plans Is Dropping, Edward Jones Says

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Only 34% of surveyed adults were able to correctly identify 529 plans.

Students Anxiously Await New Student Aid Rules

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Will the Department of Education's December debut of the simplified FAFSA form meet expectations or receive an F?

Restart Of Student Loan Payments Included In Debt-Ceiling Deal

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Monthly bills will resume 60 days after June 30 if the legislation is enacted by Congress.

Wade Pfau On Using TIPS To Reveal A Retirement Plan's Funded Ratio

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This retirement income planning strategy relies on simplicity and two numbers.

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