Archive for the ‘Education’ Category

Have you thought about homeschooling your kids? With technology advances and all the different schooling options available nowadays, more and more parents are opting to just teach their children at home. Homeschooling your kids can also mean changes to your budget, too. In one way, it can mean spending more, but it could also potentially […]

There’s no denying that college can be very expensive. If you’re planning on going away for college, you’ll have to factor in your living expenses on top of tuition and other costs. Although the cost of living will vary depending on the area you’ll be living in and the type of housing you choose to […]

As a college student already on a tight budget, spending a semester abroad might seem like a far-fetched dream. But studying abroad doesn’t have to break the bank, and it’s very possible to do so on a budget. If you’re thinking about studying abroad, the following tips can help you save: Plan as soon as […]

Whether you’re thinking about student loans to pay for your college tuition, or you’ve already graduated and have student loan debt to pay back, there is a lot to learn about student loans. Understanding certain aspects of student loans can make it easier to pay back your debt and can help you avoid defaulting. Some […]

  Students who did not finish high school always have the option of receiving their diploma through GED testing. Earning your GED opens up doors to opportunities that you may not have had otherwise—often, the same opportunities that high school graduates have. This includes various jobs that require high school as a minimum education requirement; […]

The following tips can make it easier to return to college after a long hiatus, and can possibly help you graduate faster: Don’t take on more than you can handle It might be tempting to load up on courses in order to finish as quickly as possible, but this can be overwhelming and your grades […]

Whether you’ve decided to finish what you started years ago, or you’re just attending college for the first time, it can be an exciting—yet stressful—time. If it’s been a long time since you’ve been in a classroom setting, it can take some time to adjust. Your schedule and responsibilities will change, and there are also […]

There is so much to think about when it comes to college expenses, including transportation, living costs, textbooks, tuition, and so on. The cost can quickly add up, and for many students, it’s this expense that stands in the way of pursuing a higher education. The following tips can help to lower college costs: Living […]

    Are your student loan payments becoming so overwhelming, that you’re beginning to fall behind? Student loans usually need paid back in full, but there is something called debt forgiveness, which can allow eligible borrowers to have all or a portion of their debt discharged. The following are some ways you may be able to […]

Tuition is easily one of the largest costs to plan for when it comes to college, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t other ways to lower of these costs and save money. Some of the following tips can help to make college tuition more affordable: Consider the college According to the College Board, the average […]