College Students: 4 Smart Money Moves

Though it seems like forever ago that I was a wide-eyed 18-year-old headed off for college (maybe because it was?), I can still vividly remember my sense of excitement. The mountain was mine to climb! And while I wouldn’t trade my college ...

G.I. Money seeks Editorial Interns

Hello, loyal readers! G.I. Money Magazine seeks editorial interns interested in receiving college credit and/or professional writing experience to contribute to the online and print editions of our magazine. Please review the available positions ...

Help for Student Veterans with the GI Bill

The Federal Savings bank has been informing Student veterans that they will now receive extra assistance with accessing their benefits through a new program called 1 Student Veteran. The initiative was created through a partnership between the ...

Table: Tuition, Fees, Room & Board

Average Annual Tuition, Fees, Room & Board Public Four-Year (In-State) $17,131 Public Four-Year (Out-of-State)$29,657 Private Four-Year $38,589 Source: The College Board, 2011-12

College Dollars: The 529 Plan Basics

Financial aid, loans and part-time work may help, but there’s no substitute for savings — and when it comes to saving for college, a 529 plan is one option to consider. According to the College Board, a bachelor’s degree boosts your ...