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Why is the cost of college different for every student?

When people buy things, they know the price and act accordingly. For inexpensive stuff, Apple-pay, a debit card or cash is offered without much analysis. With increasingly more expensive items, such as a TV, a car, or a house, consumers research. They consider options and shop around to determine what is affordable and how to pay the bill.

Increasing ROI on Your Investment in College

Calculating a precise Return on Investment (ROI) on a college degree is less important than taking actions which will result in better returns. We can put the calculator away and think simply about how to increase the Return on Investment (“ROI”) for education. 

Student Loan Basics: Credit scores

With more than $1.7 trillion of student loan debt outstanding, but not a lot has been written about student loans. Not much has been written about the relationship between student loans and credit scores.