Janice D'Arcy at The Washington Post brought up an interesting question: If parents are paying for college, do they get a say in what major their child picks?
Lauren LyonsCole at Adaptu gives us 5 ways to motivate your child to start saving for college.
Lynne O'Shaughnessy at CBS News takes a look at a new Stanford graduate who is on food stamps and also examines the relationship between college majors and their coinciding unemployment rate.
Elle at Couple Money discusses renting textbooks with Ecampus.
John at Married w/Debt tackles the pros and cons of parents paying for college.
Other interesting reads from this past week:
Squirrelers discusses teen drivers and expensive car purchases.
The Penny Hoarder lists 5 weird ways to make extra money in college.
Nikki at Debt Free by Thirty talks about Learning from the Lilkendeys.
Hank Coleman guest posted at Thirty Six Months and wrote about 5 ways to raise entrepreneurial kids.
Your Finances Simplified has come up with 5 Pet Resolutions that will save money.
And...a big thanks for including MoneyTrail's posts:
Miss T at Prairie Eco Thrifter hosted the Yakezie Carnival.
Family Money Values hosted the Totally Money Blog Carnival.
Raising CEO Kids picked us to be a guest blogger on the topic of organizing finances with your child.