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How to Save for College When You Have Multiple Kids

How to Save for College When You Have Multiple Kids

August 15, 2018

Today’s parents don’t need fancy stats and figures to know that college education is expensive. It is not surprising to know why parents fear tuition fee and other expenses for their child’s four year tenure in a private of public college.

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5 Ways to Build Your College Savings Account

5 Ways to Build Your College Savings Account

August 08, 2018

When looking to choose the best college savings account, there are plenty of options to consider. However, this doesn’t mean that funding a college saving account is an easy job. It takes time, commitment and effort to keep your account in good shape.

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What New Parents Need to Know About College Savings

What New Parents Need to Know About College Savings

August 01, 2018

College is pretty expensive, as costs vary on factors like financial need, college type and other things. The average cost to attend a private American college for one year is around $45,000 whereas studying at an in-state public school is roughly $23,000 per year.

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The Rising Cost of College: How to Prepare For It

The Rising Cost of College: How to Prepare For It

July 18, 2018

Most students don’t realize how expensive college education is until they get enrolled. That also holds true for most parents. Between books, accommodation, resources and tuition fees; all expenses mount up to a huge amount.


Over the past few decades, the cost of a college degree alone has significantly increased. When you include other expenses, the whole package becomes a scary figure. Once your children grow up, you can also get them involved to contribute towards building their college education fund.


Here a few ways your students can be prepared for their college degree.

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Why and How Millennial and GenZ Are Funding Their Education

Why and How Millennial and GenZ Are Funding Their Education

July 11, 2018

The first thing most millennials and GenZ students look for is a loan to help them with their college expenses. But loans are not always the best option to choose. According to a non-profit research group, an average American student graduates with roughly $29,000 in student loans. That’s a significant amount of money to repay over the course of your life.


But listen up all millennials and GenZ students; don’t saddle yourself with tons of debt even before you enter the ‘real world.’ This is not virtual reality or a video game where you get free points for playing through a level. Surviving through real life means you need real money and real sources.


You can easily find easier ways to fund your college education, with a little hard work and creativity on your part.

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5 College Savings Tips To Consider

5 College Savings Tips To Consider

July 04, 2018

One of your life’s biggest goals is to save for your child’s college education. But since you may have other financial responsibilities such as paying off credit card bills, auto loans and mortgage payments; saving for a college fund can be a daunting challenge.

Some parents have their own student loan debts to care about. But financial experts strongly suggest that you should start saving for your child’s college education as soon as you can.

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Saving for College Is Easier When You Start Early

Saving for College Is Easier When You Start Early

June 26, 2018

From your angel’s first giggle to his first step, you dream of your child gleaming with joy on graduation day. However, funding your kid’s college education calls for some serious planning.

It is natural for today’s parents to immediately dive into saving for their kid’s education. But for some, the initial eighteen years of a child’s busy life can put maintaining a college fund on the back burner.
The best time to start saving for your child’s college education is, now!

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The Best Time to Hit Send on a Fundraising Campaign

The Best Time to Hit Send on a Fundraising Campaign

June 20, 2018

Your online fundraising campaign will be your key to raising money for a cause that is special to you but there isn’t a way to turn your determination into a guarantee that you’ll receive the funds you need. There are a few influencing factors that can impact whether or not you’ll receive a donation. This includes the type of people you target but more importantly, it’s the time at which you hit send on a fundraising campaign.

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When Donation Fundraisers Work Best

When Donation Fundraisers Work Best

June 13, 2018

A common way to generate capital for your cause, whether it’s to help pay for college or donate to a charity, is through fundraisers. A good way to meet new people and raise some money, donation fundraisers are all the hype nowadays because they can be more than just events, but online as well.


Even though events are considered to be a better way to raise money since they help you meet new people and give them a fun event, which is an incentive to donate, they do have a tendency of costing a lot more and having a low return on investment.

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5 Best Ways to Use a Donation Fundraising Site For College

5 Best Ways to Use a Donation Fundraising Site For College

June 06, 2018

College is expensive, and let’s admit that it’ll be hard to pay the hefty price altogether when the time comes. That is why saving beforehand is highly beneficial. Not only does it protect your family from getting into a financially unstable position, but it can make the process of getting through college much easier as well.


Fundraising sites are a good option to get a little extra help from friends and family, for when you’re likely to need it most. But there are more than just a few ways that you can use a donation fundraiser site for college. Here are some creative techniques that you can raise funds for more than just your child’s college tuition.

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