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Paying for College: Tap Your Home's Equity?

Our Son is Heading Off to College – Where’s the Money? Our Home?

SXSW Edu Panel Hosted by SuperFutures' Openshaw with Columbia, Milken

Education 2.0 -- It's a hot topic and one we'll be addressing at the nation's #1 social media event, South by SouthWest (SXSW).

Tool Helps Students Sort Through College-Aid Muddle

Traditional planning for college expenses usually exists of estimating tuition and how much to save each year to pay for four years. But once college gets closer, the numbers all change and the options all have different prices, meaning exploring financial aid usually comes into the picture. And that's where college gets complicated.

"Often financial aid is presented in less than a clear way," said Carol Stack, co-author of "The Financial Aid Handbook." "It's not that complicated."

Time to Get Started on Financial Aid

 NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — Financial aid may be tougher to get this year — at a time when college costs are rising and some families need aid more than ever

Harvard Undergrads Believe Inventing a Job is Better than Finding One

By: Trevor King


5 Tips for College Tax Breaks

More Education Doesn't Mean a Better Job

By Matt Miechkowski

Everyone has been greatly affected by the recent recession, but who's really getting hurt behind the scenes? If you said college graduates and students just finishing school, that would be correct. Education used to be a reliable way to secure job placement, but college grads are especially hurt by the wave of economic decline. It's true that this country is currently climbing the recovery ladder, but that doesn't mean there has been an increase in wages and salaries (or jobs available).

Glee's Iqbal Theba Announces Winners for the Dare2Dream Contest