February 2016 Lectures, Seminars, and Other Events Follow the links to register for these free events! UCSD: 1) Origins of Genus Homo Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny Date: Friday, February 05, 2016 https://calendar.ucsd.edu/DisplayEventDetail.asp?iEventID=189104&iSubCatID=&iRoomID= 2) William S. Lerach speaks on “The Holocaust Litigations: Is Holding Corporate Evil Accountable an Impossible Dream?” Department […]
Advanced Placement (AP) classes are classes students can take while in high school that can earn them college credit before they even step foot on a college campus. AP courses are a phenomenal way for high school students (and their parents) to get a jump on college and save an enormous amount of money in […]
How do you plan to pay for your child’s college? If your answer includes anything about dipping into your life savings or retirement, then taking out some loans to fill in the gaps, stop right there. There is a better way to do it.
Only 48% of parents have saved money for their children’s college education. As a result, when college days finally arrive, nearly 60% of parents take the hit and cut back their discretionary spending. Others, around 40%, take personal loans, postpone retirement, or take a second job in anticipation for loan repayment. Don’t wait until the […]