How 2 newborns are helping me grow up

Saving money has not always been my strong suit. In college I would immediately spend what little money I earned from my work-study job. My first job after graduating, I… 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

Using your U.Plan & U.Fund for college costs

Summer is almost here, which means parents sending a child off to campus this fall will soon receive their first college bill. Many of these families contact us asking for… Read More

Planning for the future with the U.Fund Dreams Tour

We’re excited to invite you to our U.Fund Summer Dreams Tour, an interactive and educational experience for you and your child. The Dreams Tour allows children to participate in fun… Read More

Word of the Day Wednesday: Qualified Higher Education Expenses

Each Wednesday, MEFA will feature a Word of the Day, where we’ll highlight a word (or sometimes a phrase) related to the college planning process. This month, we’re focusing on… Read More

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Our most popular blogs of 2017

What were you reading in 2017? Thousands of MEFA families headed to our blog over the past year, and we put together a list of the 15 most-read posts. Scholarships…

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