Only a few weeks — or maybe even days — remain until college campuses reopen, but there may still be time to get a scholarship and reduce the amount of student loans you have to borrow. Here are four resources to find a scholarship to help pay for college before classes begin. 1. Your college’s financial … Continued

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Before Janene Tompkins’ son, 21, left home to move to New York this summer, he asked his mom, a certified financial planner in Durham, North Carolina, for money advice. “He asked me if he should be establishing credit and how to get his own credit card,” Tompkins says. She explained to him how credit scores … Continued

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The college application process can seem pretty mysterious to the uninitiated. But what colleges want from their applicants isn’t a secret. Schools telegraph what they’re after in the form of big data that’s available online to anyone. High school students can use that data to apply where they will be strong candidates, boosting their chances … Continued

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