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Strategies for Saving Through 529s and Funding College

March 20, 2017

CSF Chair Emeritus Mary Morris told viewers of Charleston's CBS affiliate WCSC-TV about strategies for saving through 529s and funding college CSF Chair Rich Polimeni told NBC affiliate WCBD-TV in Charleston what parents can do to save early and avoid costly student debt CSF Chair Emeritus Roger Michaud tells Charleston Continue Reading...

“Business for Breakfast ” Money Radio 1510 interviews Mary Morris, CSF Chair, on results of the CSF 2016 Parents Survey.

August 30, 2016

"Business for Breakfast" Money Radio 1510 interviews Mary Morris, CSF Chair, on results of the CSF 2016 Parents Survey. [audio mp3="https://www.collegesavingsfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/morris0825.mp3"][/audio] Continue Reading...

Home & Family Finance: Mary Morris College Savings Foundation

July 3, 2016

Home and Family Finance Host Paul Berry interviews CSF Chair Mary Morris the June findings of the 2016 Youth Survey: revealing decisions being made by our college bound sons and daughters when it comes to where they want to go and how much they are willing to pay, and how Continue Reading...

Prudent Money “Stats Show That There is Hope for the Future”

June 27, 2016

by Bob Brooks Stats Show That There Is Hope for the Future Millennials are showing signs of hope that maybe the bad financial habits of my generation are starting to reverse. All it takes is the habits of one generation to spread to the next generation. Thus we take a look Continue Reading...

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette “To cut costs, high school students headed to college plan to live at home”

June 22, 2016

Daniel Marsula/Post-Gazette By Tim Grant / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette With college costs shooting through the roof and many parents unprepared for the burden of paying for it, high school students across the country are being forced to make choices about where they will attend college and how to cut costs once Continue Reading...

FINANCIAL ADVISOR “Most High Schoolers Are Saving For College”

June 13, 2016

JERILYN KLEIN BIER An online survey conducted this year by the College Savings Foundation, a Washington D.C.-based nonprofit, finds that high school students are taking increased initiative to save for college. According to the seventh annual "How Youth Plan to Fund College" survey, 60 percent of high school students, the Continue Reading...

Home & Family Finance: Mary Morris College Savings Foundation

June 6, 2016

Home and Family Finance Host Paul Berry interviews CSF Chair Mary Morris the May findings of the 2016 Youth Survey: on debt, the importance of saving, planning, and financial education.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dy8zgQ8dX3E&feature=youtu.be Continue Reading...

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette “Getting a start on paying for school” Sunday Page One Story

June 5, 2016

Pam Panchak/Post-Gazette Raymond Buehner, a senior at North Hills High School and Halle Celebrezze, a senior at North Allegheny have been working part-time at the market Soergel Orchards in Wexford to save up money for college. By Tim Grant / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette About halfway through high school, Raymond Buehner and Continue Reading...

Business for Breakfast Money Radio 1510

June 1, 2016

Business for Breakfast – Money Radio 1510 Phoenix, AZ B4B 6/1/16 Join Ken Morgan and Mark Asher for Business for Breakfast spoke with Mary Morris, Chair of College Savings Foundation on how  High School Students are saving for higher education. @MyMoneyRadio's longest-running daily program [audio mp3="http://www.collegesavingsfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/morris0601-1.mp3"][/audio] Continue Reading...

Parent Herald “How to Save for Your Kid’s College Education”

May 21, 2016

By Nens Mitchell, Parent Herald Setting aside money for your children's college education is an important thing parents should do. Having a fund for the schooling of kids will assist moms and dads with their financial needs. According to Forbes, many people agree that saving for a college education is vital but Continue Reading...

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