How to Cut Spending to Save Money to Repay Student Loans Faster

Making more than the minimum payment on your student loans is one of the most effective ways to pay them off faster. A larger payment reduces the total amount of interest you will pay. You will need to take a hard look at your budget to reach a balance of zero more quickly.

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Families can now use a 529 plan to save and pay for up to $10,000 (per year, per beneficiary) in tuition expenses at K-12 schools. If you're thinking of using a 529 plan to save for K-12 tuition, you should consider keeping your K-12 savings separate from your college savings plan.

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Holiday spending is on the rise, giving families more opportunities to grow their college savings with Upromise. Here are some ways to maximize your Upromise rewards as you shop for gifts, dine out at restaurants and more.

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