Colleges that Allow Out of State Students to Pay In-State Rates?

Answer State universities often charge out-of-state students as much as triple the tuition that in-state students pay. Lower tuition costs for in-state students are based on the premise that state residen... Read More »

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Community Colleges in Los Angeles Offering State Fees for Students?

If you're looking for a cost-effective option for pursuing higher education in Los Angeles, you may want to consider a community college. Students who attend community colleges in Los Angeles pay f... Read More »

Which state's auto insurance laws apply if a person is insured in the state where they reside but has an accident in another state?

What state has the highest overall tax rates?

Vermont has the highest overall taxes followed by Hawaii, Wyoming, Connecticut, Minnesota, Delaware, Massachusetts, Alaska and New Jersey, according to the United States Census Bureau. Each person ... Read More »

What state has the lowest electricity rates?

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, as of February 2010, North Dakota residents pay the lowest average retail rate for electricity at 7.05 cents per kilowatt hour, followed by Missouri resi... Read More »