Saving early, shopping for colleges, applying for grants and scholarships, and working part-time while in college are a few steps that may ease families' long-term financial burdens
The last thing students with financial aid need is to be charged hefty fees just to access the money they are counting on to cover their expenses. But that’s exactly what many face.
A default on a co-signed student loan could be disastrous on a fixed income.
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Too many incoming college freshmen know little about balancing checkbooks, using credit cards and creating a budget, but parents can help address this.