If you’re a student looking for a place to park your money without excessive fees or unrealistic balance requirements, check out the impressive array of low-cost, low-balance checking accounts available to students. These are among the top FDIC-insured checking accounts for U.S.-based students.
Overwhelming student loan debt is a serious financial drag. One little-discussed strategy is appropriate for millions of private student loan borrowers with good credit: a low-interest credit card balance transfer. Learn how to use low-interest credit cards to reduce or eliminate your student debt.
Without the full college experience on the table, as many as 35% of students have decided to take a gap year next year. But is putting your education on hold the right decision for you? There’s a lot to consider, and it ultimately comes down to what you want from your education or gap year.
Most college students have limited experience with credit cards and other forms of credit. Accordingly, their credit histories are often thin or nonexistent. Therefore,...
We’re told we can be whatever we want to be, but no one tells us how to pick a career path that’s right for us. Whether you’re searching for your first job or seeking a career change, deciding what you want to do can be challenging. Are confused about your career path? Consider these tips.
Big cities are exciting and full of opportunity, but they’re also expensive. Dozens of smaller U.S. college towns offer economies and cultures that mimic large coastal cities without eye-popping housing costs or long commutes. Here are our picks for the top college towns for nonstudents.
Tuition costs are high, and increases seem inevitable, but there are ways to alleviate the financial burden. The federal tax code currently offers several tax credits and deductions that can help you recoup some of that cash at tax time.
Not all student loans are created equal. Taking out the right kinds of loans is a key part of being able to manage your student debt after graduation. Here’s what you need to know to weigh your options between federal and private student loans.
As COVID-19 school closures continue, educators are scrambling to figure out how to keep teaching students when they can’t be in the same room. Fortunately, many companies have tools available for all grade levels, from kindergarten through college.
After selecting your medical specialty and completing your medical residency interviews, there’s one final step before your big residency decision: ranking medical residency programs and matching. How can you rank your list of residency options, and how does matching work? Learn more here.
With college costs on the rise, parents and students may be wondering how much they need to save. The amount depends on a variety of factors: the parents’ budget, school costs, and where the student wants to attend school. Learn more about savings methods like 529s and how much you should be saving.
It’s no secret that college in the United States is expensive. Many parents want to help their kids pay for higher education without becoming saddled with student loan debt. Read on for ideas for saving and investing your money to help pay for your children’s college.