Pay for College Without Huge Debt

As the calendar gets ready to announce a new school season, parents begin to ask what are the best ways to pay for college without huge debt.  With some planning it is possible to pay for a college education without putting yourself behind the eight

Planning for College Expenses

Aside from buying a home, paying for a child's college education can be one of the most expensive things a family will do.  Planning for college expenses requires a lot of thought and families can benefit from professional guidance. So how will

Student Loans Burden Older Americans

We all know college is expensive and student loan debt continues to grow to nearly $1.2 trillion.  But for those nearing retirement, evidence shows that student loans burden older Americans more and more each year.  Here at CollegeCashPro, we've been

How to Pay for College for Multiple Children

  OK, moms and dads, how will you pay for college for multiple children? With college costs now averaging more than $22,000 per year per child for a public in-state student and averaging more than $44,000 per year per student for private colleges,

The College Funding Dilemma

With the cost of a college degree exceeding $60,000 and in many cases approaching $100,000 or more for a bachelor's degree at an in-state public university, how will you pay for it?  You can beg, borrow and probably steal (though not recommended) but

Warning: Parental Help May Lead to Lower GPA

  As parents we always want to do the very best for our kids and helping them pay for college is up there on the list.  But what if too much help is a bad thing? Sometimes the best of intentions can have unintended consequences. According

College Students, How Much Are You Borrowing?

Sure, interest rates on student loans could cost more but what about the larger impact on the global economy that goes beyond the personal bottom line? You may recall that recently the stale-mated Congress finally came out with a "permanent"