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      • San Bernardino Teacher Arrested by the FBI for Child Pornography
        San Bernardino Teacher Arrested by the FBI for Child Pornography. The teacher arrested by the FBI Tuesday is identified as Eugene Ballantyne age 29, a teacher at the Arrowview Middle School in San Bernardino.
        - 14 Mar 12, 11:41pm -
      • AP2 TIAACREF Form RE Joint Venture
        1 Current Page:1 AP2, TIAA-CREF Form RE Joint Venture05-26-2011 | Source: Institutionalinvestor.comThe second Swedish national pension fund, AP2, is forming a joint venture with U.S. pension fund, TIAA-CREF. The new partnership will invest
        - 25 May 11, 10:57pm -
      • Fitch Affirms TIAA's IFS at 'AAA'; Outlook Stable
        (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Fitch Ratings has affirmed the 'AAA' Insurer Financial Strength (IFS) ratings of Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America (TIAA) and its wholly owned subsidiary, TIAA-CREF Life Insurance Company (TIAA-CREF Life). At th…
        - 13 May 11, 6:55am -
      • Herb Allison Named 2011 Graduation Speaker for Stanford Graduate School of Business
        Asset Relief Program (TARP) until stepping down last September. The former chairman, president, and CEO of pension fund TIAA-CREF, Allison also served for 28 years as a leader at multiple levels of management at Merrill Lynch, rising to President, CO…
        - 30 Mar 11, 7:19am -
      • Boardroom farmers: Some of the world's biggest agricultural investors
        Ranches, a 290,000-acre property in Florida that is one of the largest ranches in the United States. TIAA-CREF This $400-billion pension fund for U.S. academics and researchers has been investing in agriculture since 2007 and owns roughly $2-billion
        - 24 Nov 10, 6:10am -
      • Bernanke financial disclosure shows no-frills plan
        as $15,000 (or as little as $1,001). Bernanke's largest holdings are two annuities managed by TIAA-CREF, both parts of a retirement plan he set up while teaching at Princeton University. One is a fixed annuity. The other will return more if the marke…
        - 30 Jul 10, 6:39am -
      • TIAA-CREF Portfolio Advisor Named Product of the Year
        NEW YORK--(Business Wire)-- TIAA-CREF Portfolio Advisor was named Managed Solution Product of the Year by the Money Management Institute (MMI). The award recognizes the firm that launched the most innovative product that contributed to
        - 23 May 10, 9:54pm -
      • Roger W. Ferguson, Jr.: Reframing Retirement
        TIAA-CREF, which manages retirement savings for 3.6 million Americans. He is a member of the President's Economic Recovery Advisory Board and a...
        - 20 Apr 10, 5:28pm -
      • 53875. TIAA-CREF Real Estate: Anyone Buying These Days?
        ...rebalance my TIAA-CREF account this month. Over the last 12 months, the Equity Index fund has soared, the Bond fund has moved up slightly, and...
        - 20 Apr 10, 5:05pm -
      • TIAA-CREF plans offshore move for some jobs - Denver Business...
        Financial-services giant TIAA-CREF said it plans to relocate some processing functions overseas in a move that could affect some positions at its
        - 30 Jan 10, 11:06am -

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        • Parents Are Skipping Out on Student Financial Aid for the Most Surprising Reason

          Parents Are Skipping Out on Student Financial Aid for the Most Surprising Reason

          This content is made possible by our sponsor; the views and opinions expressed herein are the views and opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Nasdaq, Inc. More than half of parents with college-bound kids are leaving potent…
          - 15 days ago, 30 Sep 18, 10:07am -
        • Paying for College: How to Include Your Child in the Process

          Paying for College: How to Include Your Child in the Process

          When I was in college, I wanted to get my niece a  gift  for Christmas. The only problem? My budget was extremely low. So, instead of heading out to the local mall (this was almost 15 years ago), I signed her up for a program that allows you to ea…
          - 25 days ago, 20 Sep 18, 8:33am -
        • Private Colleges Launch Tuition Discount Programs to Attract Top Students

          Private Colleges Launch Tuition Discount Programs to Attract Top Students

          This content is made possible by our sponsor; the views and opinions expressed herein are the views and opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Nasdaq, Inc. It's a tactic big-box retailers have used for years: "Find it for le…
          - 32 days ago, 13 Sep 18, 5:54pm -
        • 15 Ways to Pay Off Student Loans

          15 Ways to Pay Off Student Loans

          Around 44 million Americans  have  student loan debt . The  average student loan debt for the  Class of 2017  was  $39,400 . Budgeting and  student loan consolidation  can be a huge help people in debt. So you’ve just gradua…
          - 40 days ago, 5 Sep 18, 9:02am -
        • 10 College Degrees That Hold the Best Job Prospects

          10 College Degrees That Hold the Best Job Prospects

          This content is made possible by our sponsor; the views and opinions expressed herein are the views and opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Nasdaq, Inc. For many job seekers, it should come as no surprise that nearly 37…
          - 44 days ago, 1 Sep 18, 10:06am -
        • Maximize College Savings Plans By Starting Early

          Maximize College Savings Plans By Starting Early

          By Lisa LaMarche, CFP®, CPA College costs have been rising so fast for so many years that most parents are resigned to the fact that providing a college education for their children will be challenging. When it comes to achieving long-term goal…
          - 47 days ago, 29 Aug 18, 10:29am -
        • A College Student and His Friends Create the Airbnb for Your Stuff

          A College Student and His Friends Create the Airbnb for Your Stuff

          This content is made possible by our sponsor; the views and opinions expressed herein are the views and opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Nasdaq, Inc. In high school, Brandon Gotlieb wanted to earn some money. He asked…
          - 52 days ago, 24 Aug 18, 10:03am -
        • Is Going To University A Good Investment?

          Is Going To University A Good Investment?

          This past week the  St Louis Fed listed  the positive outcomes of a college education. There is no doubt that higher education should put a person on a track for a better job, better salary, and increased wealth. The St Louis Fed stated:…
          - 88 days ago, 20 Jul 18, 6:52am -
        • 5 Financial Planning Steps for New Parents

          5 Financial Planning Steps for New Parents

          By Ryan Repko Being a new parent is an exciting time. It can feel like every day is a completely unique, overwhelming and emotional rollercoaster ride. One thing that you’re bound to notice is that your new bundle of joy, as amazing as they are,…
          - 96 days ago, 11 Jul 18, 10:05am -
        • Don't Overlook 529 Plans for College Savings

          Don't Overlook 529 Plans for College Savings

          By Lawrence Sprung, CFP® Qualified tuition plans, also known as  529 plans , were created under the the Small Business Job Protection Act of 1996. This type of account gives taxpayers a  tax-advantaged  way to save for higher education expen…
          - 97 days ago, 10 Jul 18, 10:04am -
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          • FAFSA Checklist: What You Need to Fill Out the FAFSA Form

            FAFSA Checklist: What You Need to Fill Out the FAFSA Form

            The College Planning Group Blog Post   Oct 2018If you need financial aid to help you pay for college, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. We recommend that you start early to avoid any issues and get the …
            - 7 days ago, 8 Oct 18, 11:37am -
          • Get packing for college!

            Get packing for college!

            Get packing for college!Shop ‘til you drop or pack just the essentials, it’s all in how you look at it!Needed school supplies:Laptop, notebook, backpack, pens/pencilsBedding:Most dorm beds are extra-long twin size.You will need 2 sets of extra-lo…
            - 67 days ago, 9 Aug 18, 8:40pm -
          • Some College ABC's

            Some College ABC's

            Here are a few things to teach your kids before you send them off to college.Below is a little checklist that may be helpful to your student and will give mom and dad peace of mind.1.  They should know how to ask for what they want.  Teaching them…
            - 88 days ago, 20 Jul 18, 6:40am -
          • Start Planning Early With a College Resume

            Start Planning Early With a College Resume

            Start college planning early.  One of the best ways to do this is by creating a resume.A student resume is a summary of all your accomplishments.  Keep a diary/resume as soon as freshman year and build on.  Everything counts and a resume is a grea…
            - 30 Jun 18, 10:38am -
          • Larger Colleges vs Smaller Colleges: Myth vs Reality

            Larger Colleges vs Smaller Colleges: Myth vs Reality

            The College Planning Group Blog Post   Apr 2018Larger Colleges vs Smaller Colleges: Myth vs RealityThere are many questions surrounding the benefits of attending a large university as opposed to attending a smaller college. Larger schools do not ne…
            - 9 May 18, 11:59am -
          • Tips for Sophomores and Juniors: Planning College Tours

            Tips for Sophomores and Juniors: Planning College Tours

            The College Planning Group Blog Post Apr 2018Tips for High School Sophomores: Juniors: Planning College ToursThe summer is coming sooner than you may think, which means thatsophomore and junior year high school students should start planningtheir sum…
            - 3 May 18, 11:24am -
          • Sophomore College Planning Tips: What you can do now

            Sophomore College Planning Tips: What you can do now

            The College Planning Group Blog Post   March 2018Sophomore College Planning Tips: What you can do nowThere are many things that high school sophomores can do now to prepare for college and university. Simple steps such as evaluating your courses, a…
            - 5 Mar 18, 4:21pm -
          • NEW POST: Financial Aid Award Letters

            NEW POST: Financial Aid Award Letters

            How to Read Financial Aid Award LettersCongratulations! You received financial aid letters from colleges.  You worked hard to get this money, but do you know what all the dollar signs mean?After you submit your Free Application for Federal Student A…
            - 8 Feb 18, 6:51am -
          • Untitled

            Financial Aid Schedule: Oct 1 Opens "FAFSA Season"!Saturday Oct 1, 2017 marked the opening of the 2017 - 2018 "FAFSA Season" For those unfamiliar with it, FAFSA stands for "Free Application for Federal Student Aid" and it’s a government form that g…
            - 4 Oct 17, 2:54pm -
          • Financial Aid Schedule: Deadlines Approaching!

            Financial Aid Schedule: Deadlines Approaching!

            The College Planning Group Blog Post Financial Aid Schedule: Deadlines Approaching!What is FAFSA? "Free Application for Federal Student Aid"If it's Free, it must be simple, right? No…it is a 14-page form that requires a lot of data and information…
            - 2 Sep 17, 10:17am -

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          • 5 Extracurricular Tips to Boost College Admissions

            5  Extracurricular Tips to Boost College Admissions

            Teenagers can boost their college admission chances by being smart about the extracurricular activities that they pursue in high school. Unfortunately,  a lot of misinformation exists about extracurriculars which prevents students from making the mo…
            - 54 days ago, 22 Aug 18, 6:54pm -
          • Expected Family Contribution: 10 Things to Know

            Expected Family Contribution: 10 Things to Know

            One of the biggest questions that parents with college-bound children puzzle with is if their child has a chance for financial aid. This is more confusing than you might think because at some schools a family could qualify for need-based aid if they…
            - 67 days ago, 9 Aug 18, 1:16pm -
          • Early Decision Applications: What You Need to Know

            Early Decision Applications: What You Need to Know

            High school seniors, who are aiming for prestigious colleges and universities, will soon have to decide if they will apply early decision. When students apply early decision, they promise that they will attend if the institution accepts them. A stude…
            - 97 days ago, 10 Jul 18, 8:53am -
          • College and My Father

            College and My Father

            In honor of Father’s Day, I am rerunning a post that I wrote back in 2009 about my dad. In the main photo, he is watching one of his granddaughter’s play basketball with family including my daughter Caitlin with the broken arm. Lynn O’Shaughnes…
            - 17 Jun 18, 10:41am -
          • Mythical Golden Tickets and the Ivy League

            Mythical Golden Tickets and the Ivy League

            Affluent parents and teenagers often believe that “golden tickets” are plentiful if you attend an elite university and preferably one of the Ivies. Earn a bachelor’s degree from a place like Harvard, Princeton or Stanford and job opportunities…
            - 16 May 18, 1:53pm -
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