When you first started college, you might have assumed that your financial aid package would be solid for the next four years. But now spring has rolled around and you’ve been blindsided: You’ve learned you’ll be getting less money next year. There are five major reasons you could lose financial aid: Your parents are making … Continued

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College costs are going through the roof. The average four-year private college now runs nearly $44,000 a year, including tuition, fees, and room and board. For many people this will be the biggest investment they make and, for some, the one with the highest return — if planned for carefully. Before making any investment, you should … Continued

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And that’s a wrap. Another year has come and gone and I am officially down to three semesters left of college. Where has the time gone? When I reflect on the last two years, I think about how much I’ve learned since I was a junior in high school. If only I could have known … Continued

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