RI personal finance legislation

Some good news came out of Providence last week. Last Wednesday, Governor Dan McKee signed into law legislation (2021-H 5491, 2021-S 0349) that will require statewide standards in consumer education for public high schools. The legislation directs the Council on Elementary and Secondary Education and the Rhode Island Department of Education to develop instruction standards […]

College Ave Student Loans Review

A college degree can give you a boost in today’s competitive job market. But with the ever-rising cost of tuition, most students are trying to figure out how to pay for college. According to CollegeBoard, students at four-year public universities had an average leftover cost of $15,400 for the 2019-2020 academic year, after accounting for […]

Top 50 colleges by ROI

This study surveys the colleges with the highest ROI. You may be surprised by which colleges didn’t make it. A college education can be a great investment. College graduates earn 66% more than workers with just a high school diploma. And over their lifetime, the average college graduate earns around $1 million more than workers […]