Written by Assistant Director, USFSCO - University of Illinois Saves | August 9, 2019
Forbes also outlined many more statistics about student loan debt in February 2019.
Written by Kate Horrell | August 6, 2019
The college application season is getting into full swing, and high school seniors and their parents are starting to think seriously about college expenses and how they are going to pay for them. It’s a busy, confusing, and emotional process, but it is important that you take the time to sit down and figure out how much you can really afford, and where the money is going to come from. And then talk, a lot.
by Lila Quintiliani, AFC®
Service members and their families can save on college and education expenses by taking advantage of available military benefits. But it is not always easy to keep up with the vast amount f information on the topic. Here is an overview of some of the resources out there:
July is Military Consumer Month, a good time to draw attention to the scammers that target service members and their families.
The email looked very official -- it featured the red, white, and blue Bank of America logo and claimed to detect suspicious activity on Stephanie Talcott’s debit card. In small print at the bottom of the email, it stated that the bank might ask for information like PIN number, account number, or Social Security number.