Are you college cash confused? If you are, look to the college financial aid experts to provide insight into some of the dollar dilemmas that keep you awake at night…
The Declining Value Of Your College Degree A four-year college degree, seen for generations as a ticket to a better life, is no longer enough to guarantee a steadily rising paycheck. Just ask Bea Dewing. After she earned a bachelor’s degree — her second — in computer science from Maryland’s Frostburg State University in 1986, […]
I was one of the relatively rare financial advisers who seldom recommended 529 College Savings Plans to clients. Back when they were introduced to the scene about 1986 or so, I didn’t think that they were a great deal for most people.
In a recent post the Black Data Processing Associates (BDPA) mentioned that it was seeking applicants for scholarships. They also encourage black students seeking cash for college to visit the BETF scholarship webpage today! In addition, they also introduced us to BlackStudents.com a Free online directory of black scholarships, African American scholarships, black colleges and […]
Many Boomer’s have High School Juniors in the house and if you are one of them this article can give you some suggestions on how to fund your child’s college education. If you have Kids already in college some of the scholarship info may be helpful. If you don’t have anyone in college you can […]