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Through my years working in college admissions and student lending, I’ve heard many experts talk about financial education for children and young adults. Each expert seems to have their own method for parents to teach their kids about money. Some… Continue reading
Now that you’re back (or finally) on campus, we’re wondering how often you chat with the parental units back home. Are your parents on speed dial? Do you check in from time to time? Maybe your parents are the ones… Continue reading
I came across this article the other day about college-orientation sessions for parents. These aren’t a brand-new thing, certainly. They had parent sessions when my stepdaughter started college five years ago. But it’s definitely a new phenomenon with this generation… Continue reading
Last month, I asked about your living arrangement after graduation. This time of year, as some students are transitioning to their post-college life, one buzzword keeps popping up in the news: boomerang. Moving back in with your parents or another… Continue reading