Money lessons: what I learned from my mother

The path each of us takes to reach our aspirations is different. The champions and loved ones who are there to guide us vary by person. But no one reaches… Read More

What types of books are best for preschoolers?

Linking Children Into Literacy: Ages 3-5 I am enjoying a cup of coffee on a snowy winter day while watching my 11-years-olds argue about whose turn it is to vacuum… Read More

Teaching my preschooler how to spend, save, and share

My son loves money. Well, he loves coins. He’s three years old. He loves coins for the same reason Mr. Magoo does in Mr. Magoo’s Christmas Carol: because coins make… Read More

Saving for college just got even better

Saving for college is always a good idea. But now there’s an opportunity to benefit even more from setting aside funds to pay for your son or daughter’s higher education… Read More

Start preparing for the U.Plan

Want to know the best-kept college savings secret in Massachusetts? It’s the U.Plan Prepaid Tuition Program. The U.Plan allows you to set aside funds for future college costs. That’s similar… Read More

The proof is in the numbers: saving for college adds up

We all know that saving money is a good habit. It allows us to pay for large expenses and more accurately plan for future purchases. And if you’re a parent,… Read More

Teaching children about saving for college: Part III

Want to involve your children early on in helping you save for college? This is our third blog post in a three-part series focused specifically on that topic. In our… Read More

MEFA in the News

MEFA Providing Expert Guidance to College-Bound Seniors and Parents Analyzing Financial Aid Offers

Paying the College Bill Seminars Available Statewide and Online Contact: Martha Savery, Director of Public Affairs msavery@mefa.org 617.224.4813 BOSTON – College-bound high school seniors and their parents are facing critical…

College Financing

College Financing Seminar

May 24, 2017

6:30pm

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