Soaring college costs and stagnant incomes mean many families will not be able to save enough to pay for a typical undergraduate education. But there are still ways to find a college degree you can afford....More
My daughter learned this little ditty in preschool: "You get what you get, and you don't get upset." Parents who are convinced they can haggle their way to a better financial aid package might want to learn it, too....More
The price of a college education continues to rise, with tuition and room and board now costing nearly $20,000 per year. And while most students do not end up paying the full price tag, the average graduating college senior who takes out loans leaves school about $30,000 in debt.
Many financial advisors focus on the key baby boomer segment that is approaching retirement. With one of the largest transfers of wealth in history expected to occur over the coming decades and technology playing a larger economic role, successful advisors are looking for ways to work with younger investors....More
Many small business owners want to plan for their company’s long-term future and their own retirement. In the past, addressing a small business owner’s retirement and buy-sell needs often meant proposing two independent solutions....More