Bookmark These: Plumb Web for wisdom on paying for college
By Reid Kanaley
http://www.JewishWorldReview.com | (MCT) Students and families in the thick of college planning could look to these sites about how to pay for it all. Even if college is years away, it's time now to decide if a so-called 529 savings plan is for you.
—Paying for college.
—Creating your own scholarship program in the age of social media is the focus of this additional
—Collegeboard.com, where prospective college students register to take the SAT, also has a lot of information on how to pay for college. Separate sections approach the problem from the perspectives of parents and students. This is the student page with calculators, scholarship search help, and tools for comparing aid awards from different colleges. http://go.philly.com/pay4college3
—Of prime importance this time of year for most families seeking college financial aid of any kind is to fill out the FAFSA form at the
—Tax-free savings programs called 529 plans (they're cleverly named for a section in the
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