One of the most intimidating things about entering the real world is handling your own finances — paychecks, taxes, investments, flexible spending accounts, pre-tax deductions, bills bills bills. Can you answer these basic personal finance questions?
Illinois families wanting to lock in future college tuition payments at today’s rates have an extra month to sign up for a state savings program. The 2014-15 enrollment period has been extended through the end of May after opening one month later than in previous years.
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The acceptance letters are in, and so are the all-important financial aid offers. But for college-bound students, most of whom must choose a school by this week, the next four years can be full of hidden costs.
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