Online college costs have been going up like all other college tuitions. It has been difficult for many students to arrange for college admissions at public universities due to student admission limits perpetuated by lack of state government funding. Herein, online college degrees are being sought out in an unprecedented manner. Only a few years [...]8Jan2009 | Gaurav Bhola, MSM | 52 comments | Continued
This tutorial covers the description of college grants and various avenues of accessing grants.
As college and university education costs have risen over the time, many college students are in a bind over funding their college education. Only an elite few [...]30Dec2008 | Gaurav Bhola, MSM | 23 comments | Continued
Higher education costs have gone up drastically every year, with no signs of abetting. Also, at the same time health insurance costs are showing no signs of leveling off. Excessive healthcare insurance costs have hurt millions without insurance by placing avoidable financial burdens on their shoulders. The untold millions also include college [...]29Dec2008 | Gaurav Bhola, MSM | 77 comments | Continued
As the cost of college and university education rises, so does the necessity for student loans. School loans are critical for subsidizing higher education for many students. In addition to college students, parents can borrow funds to help their children with college tuition and other educational expenses. The PLUS loan is accessible [...]28Dec2008 | Gaurav Bhola, MSM | 0 comments | Continued
529 Plan Fees and Expenses
The most important thing to be aware of 529 college savings plans are the fees and expenses associated with the plan. The management of underlying investments comes with fees and expenses that are similar to mutual funds. Meanwhile, prepaid tuition plans come with enrollment and administrative fees.
Moreover, third party broker-sold [...]
A 529 plan is a college education tax-advantaged plan. College savings plans are meant to encourage the saving of funds for college costs. 529 college plans, are “qualified tuition plans,” sponsored by educational institutions, states, or state agencies. The college plans are named after Section 529 of the Internal Revenue Code.
The two types [...]
A college education is one of the most important components of a person’s life and has a deep impact on their future. University tuition of many private higher education colleges now exceeds $50,000 a year. Presently, the rise in college tuition averages 14 percent annually. However, education costs have soared at public universities [...]14Oct2008 | Gaurav Bhola, MSM | 0 comments | Continued
Getting a university and college education is one of the most important part of a person’s life and it has now become one of the most expensive one as well. The college tuition of private colleges and universities can reach $50,000 a year. Also, the increase in college tuition averages 14 percent annually. Even though [...]26Aug2008 | Gaurav Bhola, MSM | 0 comments | Continued
As college and university education costs have increased over the years, students are finding it more difficult to pay for college education. Only the wealthy few are able to afford college tuition without any form of financial aid.
The average cost for private four-year tuition is $23,712 for 2007-2008, up 6.3 percent from last year.
Meanwhile, tuition [...]