This topic was requested by a reader who wanted to see reasons why a parent might choose not to pay for their child’s post-secondary education.
College-age readers (and younger), this post is directly aimed at you. Paying for college isn’t easy, whether it’s you doing it or your parents covering
As a parent of a young child, I’m already struggling with the question of whether or not I should pay for my child’s post-secondary education,
A well-known writeup on software development stated the following: Your “use case” should be, there’s a 22 year old college student living in the dorms.
As a parent of a young boy, I’m very concerned about the best educational path for him. As we sock money away for his college
This is part of a series in which we re-evaluate Money Magazine’s “25 Rules To Grow Rich By”. One “rule” will be re-evaluated each weekday
Ten years ago, I was in the midst of my freshman year in college. I had very little concept of money or what to do
Last time, we reviewed the mistakes I made during my earliest days of dealing with my own finances, and it was clear that I was