Financial Aid

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Financial Freedom in Marriage

R.R. asks from San Francisco

In a marriage where both partners work, what is the best way to manage money? Put it in joint account, joint and separate, or just separate and share expenses? If th...


Seeking Moms Group on College and College Applications.

D.C. asks from Miami

My son is in his last few months of high school and I need some advice on how to choose colleges. Should he go off to college or stay in his hometown (Nassau). In goi...


Does All Unemployment Now End at 6 Months? What If in College?

F.H. asks from Odessa

Does all unemployment now end at six months? What if my friend is taking fulltime college classes? Lastly, she asked to borrow money to pay 1700 tuition and to pay ...


Starting a College

O.O. asks from New York

I would like to set up a college fund for my daughter who is going on 8 yrs old. What is the best way to go?


College Savings 101

M.M. asks from Chicago

As my girls get older, I can't help but worry about college expenses for 2 girls. What are your plans for college financing? How many kids do you have? Are you put...


College Kids

M.M. asks from Houston

My daughter has failed all but 4 classes she has taken in her 2 years at college. she thinks she can wipe the slate clean and apply as a new freshman at a new school...


Guiding Kids in Their College Majors

J.W. asks from Kansas City

Our (extended) family has been having many conversations about life post college particularly one's earning potential. My question is for those of you entered colleg...


How Much Contact Do You Have with Your College Student?

M.T. asks from New York

Hi all. My oldest is now a college freshman, and I'm just wondering, for those of you with kiddults in college how much contact do you have with your son/daughter? H...


College: Who Pays? Child or Parent?

K.L. asks from Memphis

Do you think that a child's first four years of college is the parent's responsiblity if the parent did not save for it?


When Did You Start Saving for Your Child's College?

*.*. asks from New London

The avg loan for a child when s/he gets out of college is OVER 20,000 dollars. Are you saving for your child(ren) OR worrying about college( money) when the ti...