College students across the country will see higher prices when they return to campuses in the coming weeks, the latest hit on families’ finances caused by inflation.
Once you’re well enough to be discharged from the hospital, you might require outpatient rehabilitation therapy services — like physical therapy or occupational therapy — to move toward a fuller recovery.
Finding a part-time job in your later years has become increasingly common. In fact, by 2024, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that one in four workers will be older than 55.
Expecting a baby soon? You may be counting on help from your mom in the first days or weeks after the birth. Or, on the flipside, maybe her take-charge strategies tend to rankle and you’re a little worried about her postpartum suggestions.
Sometimes parents have to borrow money on behalf of their student to afford college. Before you sign any papers, learn these important borrowing practices.
Moms want their daughters to start their financial lives off right. Here are the lessons we most want them to learn.
Here’s how to protect yourself from student loan scams, and what to keep an eye out for so you don’t become a victim.
You’re a single mom. Your budget is already tight. How are you supposed to save for both retirement and college? We discuss.
Every year, colleges send out financial aid offers after letters of admission. For many families, it’s the first time they’ll get a true, individualized price for attendance. But while these offers contain important numbers, they’re full of jargon-y terms that sound like they belong in a back office.
Heads up, parent borrowers: you may have more options to lower your monthly student loan payments than you think.
When I graduated from college, I had a moderate amount of student loan debt and zero credit card debt. I felt like a budget ninja for not carrying a balance on my card, but I was clueless about the power of compound interest, and retirement felt light years away.