I’ve had a few conversations with parents recently about paying for college. Many seem resigned to scraping together as much as they can and then borrowing the rest, or vice versa to preserve their lifestyle.
As the cost of a college education continues to climb, many find themselves saddled with student loan debt and many times, not in a position to make these payments.
We all get these offers in the mail that at first glance, sound pretty good.
The way this credit card transfer offers work is this:
Last weekend, I was attempting to find a show a friend recommended On Demand.
Many of you know I specialize in Pre and Post-Divorce work.
When someone is contemplating divorce, they sometimes seek me out for some information and a conversation about the process and their options.
Things are changing for future retirees (that includes me!): They are going to live longer and expected investment returns are declining. Combined, these factors are going to put more pressure on retirees.
Last week, I was asked to attend a symposium in Boston to discuss how we could help improve the survival outcome of cancer patients.
Sleeping late, hanging out with friends, playing a soccer or lacrosse game, making it to the next level on your PlayStation/PS4—what else could a high school senior want to do this Sunday? –Fill out his/her FAFSA!
Last night we conducted our first College Financial Workshop here in Newton, MA. With participants asking lots of good questions and taking notes throughout the session, we think it was a success.