Articles by Reyna Gobel
Currency exchange and wire transfer fees can add up when paying for a U.S. college education.
Don’t overlook equipment expenses when saving for career training programs.
Parents can use savings in 529 plans to pay for both bachelor’s and master’s degrees.
Financial advisers use different pricing models when helping families save for college.
Parents should follow these steps annually, since financial and family circumstances may change.
Two-year colleges can help students improve English skills, save money, and adapt to U.S. education.
Savings accounts, CDs, and money markets can offer stability for parents of future college students.
Paying for college can be manageable if you explore schools' housing, meal, and job options.
It's not too late to maximize savings, even if children are headed to college in just a few years.
Purchasing tuition ahead of time is possible through a type of 529 college savings plan.