What do you think about when you hear about the topics, Education Planning and& Student Loans?
For me it makes me think about the student loans that I am still paying off! I am not saying student loans are bad. I think bearing part of the cost education does make students more responsible on a general basis. I also that education takes some planning. For my graduate work, we have done a fair amount of financial planning so I can take advantage of benefits from work and make the remaining payments ourselves. Since I am still paying off undergraduate loans, I did not want to add more loans to the picture. The Spring semester is my last semester and we will have met of goal of no additional loans. As we went through this process, it would have been great to get some added advice and support. We are excited to share the following details with our you so you have an added resource in this area and many other financial topics!
Education planning has become increasingly important both due to its impact on lifetime earnings and its rising costs. Many people find the planning process confusing and the amount of information overwhelming. We want to make things simpler.
The Wells Fargo Community is dedicated to helping you understand your education planning options by:
- Bringing students, parents, college counselors, and financial advisors together so they can share their knowledge, advice, and experiences – all in one place.
- Spanning the entire college experience so you’ll find relevant conversations whether you’re preparing for college, in college, or done with college.
- Addressing key topics including saving for college, finding the right college, choosing a major, and preparing for life after college.
Check out the Wells Fargo Community to get insight to questions around this topic and so many more!
What is it?
The Wells Fargo Community is an online forum where you can ask questions and share knowledge about financial topics. It’s a place to get help and help others in a convenient and safe environment.
The current focus of the community is education planning. We expect to add additional topics over time.
Who can use it?
The community is free and you don’t need to be a Wells Fargo customer to participate. In fact, you don’t even need to be a member to browse and learn from discussions. But, if you want to post your own questions or answers, we’ll ask you to sign up.
How are you preparing for the financial cost of college for yourself or your child? Leave us a comment and let us know!
For more information about the Wells Fargo Community, please visit Wells Fargo Community’s site. I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective, and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own. #WFCommunity #spon