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Jul 11, 2011 10:13AM on Smart SpendingBy MSN Money Partner

Almost 20 states have cut funding for colleges, raising costs for students -- starting now.

Apr 29, 2011 2:30AM on Smart SpendingBy Donna_Freedman

That financial aid letter from your school of choice isn't the end. Keep looking.

Oct 18, 2010 8:44AM on Smart SpendingBy Karen Datko

Scholarships paid for most of the cost of attending a very expensive university. Here's how she found them and successfully applied.

Jun 8, 2010 12:45PM on Smart SpendingBy Stacy Johnson

You can't price colleges like cars. Few pay the 'sticker' price and there are lots of ways to get discounts.

Apr 15, 2010 11:43AM on Smart SpendingBy Karen Datko

If you can't afford high tuition, you're the very person who should be applying to expensive, top-tier colleges.

Feb 2, 2010 5:14PM on Smart SpendingBy Teresa Mears

Simplified form, new online resources aim to help students and parents apply for college aid.

Jan 27, 2010 3:45PM on Smart SpendingBy Karen Datko

90% of the calls placed to the hotline to ask about benefits or check on claims don't get through.

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