College Planning/529 Plans

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White House's Student Loan Repayment Plan Needs Fixing

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A pause that covered 45 million borrowers and $1.6 trillion in loans will soon end.

Number Of Colleges In Distress Is Up 70% From 2012

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Elite private schools and Ivy League institutions are in a “substantially” stronger position, a new report says.

Congrats, College Grad. Good Luck Finding That Dream Job

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Graduates at Ivy League schools and elsewhere are struggling to find employment.

Connecticut's $600 Million Plan To Narrow Wealth Gap: Give Kids Trust Funds

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Connecticut and Washington, DC, both approved baby bond programs in 2021, and several other states have considered the idea.

Here's When Borrowers Might Have To Start Paying Student Loans Again

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The Supreme Court is likely to announce a decision on President Joe Biden's forgiveness plan in the coming weeks.

Parents Paying Down Student Debt Worry How They'll Send Kids To College

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With monthly bills slated to resume in coming months, borrowers with children are facing a squeeze.

Fed Says Banks Kept Tightening Loan Standards In First Quarter

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The proportion of banks tightening terms on loans for medium and large businesses rose to 46%.

Ric Edelman: Tech Could Wreck Annuity, Insurance Income

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Edelman said there are two demographic forces straining the wealth management industry: fewer advisors and more clients.

MIT Is A College Bargain. NYU, Not So Much.

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New data on costs for students who receive federal aid show that some elite private schools offer great deals.

I Bonds Hold Value For College Savings Even As Golden Era Fades

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The inflation-linked securities offers a tax-advantaged way to prepare for a child's future.

Most Colleges Don't Tell Students The True Cost Of An Education

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More than 90% of schools either understate the price or don't include it in financial aid letters, a new report says.

Half Of Millennials Own Homes. The Rest Fear They Never Will

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Those who've managed to buy a home are mostly in more affordable cities, according to recent research.

Princeton's Endowment Chief Andrew Golden To Retire After Almost 30 Years

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The Ivy League endowment was valued at $35.8 billion last June.

Parents Drain Retirement Funds To Support Adult Children

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Nearly 70% of parents with kids 18 or older say they've sacrificed their own finances to help them.

Frank Founder Javice, Who Says JPMorgan Scapegoated Her, Is Charged With Fraud

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Charlie Javice, founder of the college aid site Frank, was accused of inflating the site's numbers.

Student Loan Mess Complicates 401(k) Plan For Young Savers

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The uncertainty of President Biden's student debt relief plan could impact employer match programs.

Parents Are Paying Consultants $750,000 To Get Kids Into Ivy League Schools

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Some wealthy families are going to extreme lengths to get their kids into the best schools.

Gen Z Graduates Stare Down Their First Student Loan Payments

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The moratorium on federal student loan payments began three years ago this month after the start of the pandemic.

Ivy League Prices Are Pushing $90,000 A Year

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Full costs at elite private colleges already stretch well into the $80,000s, or upward of $320,000 for four years.

SECURE 2.0 Seen As Boon To College Planners And Their Clients

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Saving for college has been given a boost by the legislation, JPMorgan college planning specialists say.

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