The University of Alabama now spends over $137 million on merit aid each year for students with no eligibility for need based financial aid, up from under $10 million back in 2006. This translates to $60 million more than it gives in grant aid to people who demonstrate financial need. Enrollment is up by more…
Most families (and people in general) wait until the absolute last minute to do everything. That’s why very few people end up financially prepared to pay for weddings, homes, retirement, and college educations for their children. Well, since we only have a limited amount of space we’re going to discuss 4 little-known reasons why you…
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