Saving for college takes planning and discipline—and an understanding of the choices available to help you make a college education an affordable choice for you and your children.
Do you know how much you need—or the many tax-advantaged ways—to save for college? This guide gives you the information you need to wisely save and invest for college. You can make a college education an affordable choice for you or your child.
There are two broad categories of student loans—federal student loans and private student loans, which are non-government loans issued by commercial lenders. Understanding the difference could save you money.
There is no shortage of 529 college savings plans to choose from—mainly because in many cases you do not need to be a resident of a state to invest in its college savings plan. But select with care—and do your homework!
Use our college savings calculator to determine the amount you must invest each year to have enough money to cover all college costs.
Compare 529 plan fees and expenses and see how they can impact returns. The analyzer also explains various fees and provides guidance about where to find them in 529 disclosure documents.
The Post-9/11 GI Bill pays for education and housing costs for military servicemembers, veterans and dependents. Here is some basic information you should know, plus links to more information.