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Student loan basics

Most students and parents will need loans to help pay college expenses. It’s important to understand the basics before you borrow.

Paying for College Use these steps to find available financial aid resources, meet application deadlines, and explore all your financial options to help pay for college responsibly. How to talk to teens about online security As teens spend more time online, they can inadvertently expose personal information to fraudsters. Follow these strategies and tips on how to talk to your teen about developing better online security habits.  When to create a trust A trust isn’t just for wealthy individuals. Review these four financial situations where a trust can help make transferring your assets easier.  529 education savings plan basics

Understand the basics of how a 529 Savings Plan can provide a tax-advantaged way to help pay for education.

Financially Prepare to Start a Family A baby will have a big impact on your personal finances. Take these 10 steps to save money and have greater peace of mind. Talking to kids about financial changes As parents, we want to protect our kids from the realities of household finances. But if you’ve experienced financial changes, it’s smart to talk as a family. Here are age-appropriate ideas. Staycation How to turn a family vacation into a budget-friendly “staycation.” Get inspired with these 6 activities at little or no cost. Child tax credit payments Learn how the Child Tax Credit is changing and if you're eligible to receive a monthly payment, plus access our guide on how to wisely use the funds. College finance tips for new grads 47% of college students say that they don't feel prepared to manage money. Here are 10 tips parents can use to help them better manage their finances.