College Planning/529 Plans

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66% Of Parents Worried About Paying For Children's Education, Survey Says

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Nearly half of parents said they would take out a student loan to pay for college, according to the Discover survey.

Dartmouth Is Getting Rid Of Student Loans For Undergraduates

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The US is facing a $1.75 trillion student debt crisis, and the costs of higher education continue to climb.

There's A Better Solution For Student Loans Than Forgiving Debt, Experts Say

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Doing away with interest payments would wipe away $37.8 billion in student debt.

College Degrees Lose Luster As Inflation Surges And Student Debt Balloons

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The number of students registered in undergraduate programs plummeted during the pandemic.

American Campus In Crisis

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The maligned “gap” year may be the antidote to financial problems.

T. Rowe, Schwab Say Times Call For Changing Investing Approaches

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Asset managers from Schwab and T. Rowe Price talked about the mood of investors and how it shapes portfolios.

Most Student-Loan Borrowers Made No Payment During U.S. Freeze

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The forbearance on payments and interests is set to end on Aug. 31.

Grandparents Can Give More To College 529 Plans After Rule Change

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Rule changes mean grandparents don't have to worry about impacting their grandchildren's financial aid eligibility.

Young Americans Turn Skeptical On Value Of College, Fed Survey Finds

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The skepticism is likely tied to the ballooning amount of debt that younger Americans had to take on to pay for degrees.

Biden Drags His Feet On Student Loan Plan As Allies Urge Bold Action

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President Joe Biden has not made up his mind about many details of the plan, including how much debt to forgive.

FPA Adds College Planning Certificate

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The course addresses the universe of options outside of 529 plans.

Don't Bother Paying Off Student Loan Debt Right Now, Advisors Say

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With Democrats fighting to eliminate the debt, there's little incentive for borrowers to pay it off.

Americans Put More On Credit Cards As Inflation Boosts Costs, Fed Data Show

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During the pandemic, Americans over 70 saw debt loads rise by 25%.

N.Y. Will Stop Withholding Student Transcripts Over Unpaid Debt

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The move comes as Joe Biden considers forgiving at least $10,000 in student loans per borrower.

Biden's Team Eyes $125,000 Income Cutoff For Student Loan Relief

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Some deficit hawks have expressed concern that broad relief would worsen inflation.

As Smaller Colleges Close, Competition Increases

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Advisors can still help their clients make good financial choices.

Paying For Harvard Just Got Cheaper With Decades-High Inflation

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For decades, tuition has risen faster than prices, making college costs a flashpoint.

Biden Eyes Targeted Student-Loan Forgiveness Starting At $10,000

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President Joe Biden rejected a proposal by progressives to forgive $50,000 of debt per borrower.

Biden Eyes Student-Loan Forgiveness, Spurns Expansive Schumer Plan

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President Joe Biden said he wants to reduce student debt, but not the $50,000-per-person cut sought by progressives.

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