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Tuesday, August 21, 2018
Many students are striving to avoid student loans entirely. They use a combination of grants, scholarships, and savings to pay for school or choose less expensive colleges to stretch their education dollars. However, a new option for avoiding student loans is making the rounds: the income share agreement (ISA). Student loan debt is an epidemic…
While there are a lot of potential topics a committee may want a student to cover in their scholarship essay, the “why I deserve this scholarship” prompt is one of the most common ones around. Ultimately, it seems simple at its core, but the “why I deserve this scholarship” topic can feel like the most…
When college students need to cover the cost associated with getting their degree, many assume that student loans are always part of the financial aid package. While many schools do include loans as a means of paying for their programs, there are also colleges that meet 100% financial need entirely loan-free. This means your child…
When it comes to paying for college, scholarships are the way to go. But many homeschoolers (and their parents) worry that there may not be as many opportunities out there for them, largely because they didn’t follow the traditional educational path. However, there are a lot of opportunities for homeschoolers. Not every scholarship considers a…
Figuring out how to pay for your child’s college education can be daunting. If your student has a shortfall, then figuring out if any personal assets are viable options for making up the difference is wise. Even if your child could cover it with student loans, choosing to use certain personal assets to pay for…
When it comes to paying for college, scholarships are hard to be. The money doesn’t have to be repaid and opportunities are fairly plentiful, often being offered by states, companies, and a variety of philanthropic organizations. While the idea of getting money from scholarships is often appealing, the actual process of applying usually isn’t. It…
The road to college starts now! There are many things your student can do during their high school freshman and sophomore years to make sure they are ready for college and beyond. Since colleges look at your student’s accomplishments from ALL four years of high school, you don’t want your child to wait until their…
Wow, can you believe it?! Your student’s junior year already marks the halfway point of their high school journey and is a pivotal time. Colleges and universities look closely at their grades, scheduled courses, and activities when making admissions decisions. For both students and parents, it is imperative to stay on top of the college…
If your student is heading into their senior year (Class of 2019), there’s no question that their high school senior year is exciting… but it’s also incredibly busy! Between the admissions process, scholarships, testing, finals, prom, graduation and more, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. When it comes to college planning, it may seem like there are…
Most parents want to help their child pay for college. After all, a college education can help set them up for future success, and the cost of attending can be quite high. In some cases, this leads parents to consider using their retirement savings to help their child pay for college. This includes 401k withdrawals…

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