One financial expert outlines the good, the bad, and the highly recommended when it comes to planning for college.
Economic woes needn't mean the end of your child's college plans.
If parents start early and get creative, college funds may turn up in the most unexpected places.
Affording college may be easier than you think.
Many students take more than four years to graduate from college, a fact parents need to consider in their financial planning.
From scholarships to tuition tax credits to savings clubs, there are a number of ways to make college affordable.
How much financial aid do you think you'll need to cover your child's college costs? Here's how to let your answer guide your saving strategy.
Looking for a good addition to your financial plan? You may wish to consider a number of college savings plans.
College is a big investment, so it pays to do your homework.
Families eager to find scholarships can become easy targets for financial aid con artists. Here's how to be a smart consumer.