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How Millennials are Changing the Student Loan Cycle
91 percent of millennial parents are determined not to perpetuate the loan cycle with their children. This is considerably higher than other generations - 76pecent of parents ages 36-45 and 74 percent of parents ages 46-55 said that debt caused them to use other strategies to cover college costs.

Comparison of College Savings Vehicles
A comparison of all the college savings vehicles available.

David Lerner Associates: Who Can Benefit From College Savings Plans?
There are many types of people who can benefit from college savings plans especially parents and grandparents of young children, casual investors, or anyone wanting to transfer wealth to another family member as part of an estate plan.

Retirement vs College Savings
Some people are faced with this very real decision - do you start saving for Little Johnny's college tuition, or do you focus on your own retirement first?

Reasons to Invest in College Savings
Education is a gift that keeps on giving. College grads out earn people without degrees consistently and by a decent margin.

College Savings Plans
The person most likely to benefit from a college savings plan is obviously the child who goes to college. Keeping your child out of a bottomless pit of student loans is probably the best thing you could do for their finances.

Millennials and Debt
The average Class of 2016 graduate has over $37,000 in student loan debt - up 6% from last year.

Money Tips for Graduates
With the end of the school year approaching, proud families and students alike will be preparing for a new generation of graduates to enter the workplace.

Why Invest in College Savings?
How to pay for college? And who can benefit from this investment?

Finance Tips for Graduates
Here are some common financial mistakes and a little advice on how to avoid them.

Family and Financial Strategies
Some of the most common financial regrets among Americans were not saving for retirement, followed by saving for emergency expenses, taking on too much debt, and not saving for their children's education.

Planning Your Financial Future
Having a strong financial plan is important no matter what stage of life you're in.

Financial Regrets
4 out of 5 Americans have financial regrets and wish they could turn the clock back so that they could make smarter decisions with their finances.

Common Investment Mistakes
Making investment mistakes can be very costly, for obvious reasons, and so they should be avoided if possible. But faced with a multitude of investment choices, it can be easy to become overwhelmed and fall into poor decisions.

College Loans and Debt
September is College Savings Month. The new school year is upon us, and it's time to consider college savings, loans, and the many things that this process of paying for one's higher education entails.

College Loans and Savings
September is College Savings Month and it would be wise to take a moment and consider the many ramifications of how one is paying for higher education.

Student Debt vs Retirement Planning
Student loan debt is something that can follow graduates for the rest of their lives if they don't actively work to pay it off quickly and not just make minimum payments toward the interest of the loan.

Students and Financial Literacy
With the push for American students to go to college and keep pace with the rising cost of higher education, the financial literacy gap leads many students to make painful early mistakes and financial blunders.

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