Sponsored by the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors, this site provides articles, written primarily by Certified Financial Planners, about family finances, education financing, IRAs and retirement plans, taxes, stocks and bonds and more.
Is the recent FDIC newsletter that has great guidance for buying bank certificates of deposit, paying for education and financing a new car
FinAid was established in the fall of 1994 as a public service. This award-winning site has grown into the most comprehensive source of student financial aid information, advice and tools — on or off the web.
Access to FinAid is free for all users and there is no charge to link to the site.
FinAid has earned a stellar reputation in the educational community as the best web site of its kind. It’s comprehensive, it’s informative, it’s objective — and it’s the first stop on the web for students looking for ways to finance their education.
Sponsored by the U.S. Financial Literacy and Education Commission, http://www.mymoney.gov provides a broad array of information about home finance, credit and credit cards, scams, investing, self-employment and other financial subjects.
Education planning tips, including student loans, fellowships, scholarships, grants, state financial aid, and college planning calculators. See http://www.mymoney.gov/education.shtml
CollegeBuzz is a non-profit, public service organization with the goal of nothing less than democratizing college admissions, making expert college counseling available for free to everyone and creating one easy, central place for families to find out everything they need to know to easily navigate the complexities of the college admissions process.
The college search and application process should really be much easier than it has become—it is our hope that, with this site, it can return to being the enjoyable, exciting exploration of possibilities that it once was.
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10,000 Degrees, formerly Marin Education Fund, offers financial aid counseling services for all students and families. Our staff can help you develop a plan to finance college and help you understand the range of grants, scholarships, federal aid, state aid, and loans that are available. Please call us at (415) 459-4240 to schedule an appointment or see http://www.marineducationfund.org/