People in their 30s are in the financial carry over from their 20s: still paying off debt for credit cards and student loans, and building savings. However, in this decade of life is when people start thinking about purchasing a home, and possibly starting a family.
Many people view using credit cards to pay for items as a way to gain "rewards" and receive benefits. However, this only happens when purchases made on a card are paid off regularly and on time. Reward credit cards are certainly not a smart way to pay tuition payments for college.
In a recent article posted in Forbes Magazine this week, they discuss the source of tuition price in college across America, and the formula created to essentially raise revenue for colleges, even if that means cutting aid to students who truly need it.