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Common FAFSA Mistakes That Affect Eligibility

During my past 8 years in Financial Aid, I have seen many mistakes made by parents and students throughout the Financial Aid process.  Many of these mistakes could have been avoided and a lot of time saved if the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) was completed correctly. Submitting a FAFSA that is error-free also will reduce your chances of being selected for verification. Avoidance is key, but if you have already messed up, it's pertinent to learn how…

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Financial Advisors Need to Go Back to School!

Investment News recently ran an article with the above title.  The point of their article was to tell financial advisors that there is an urgent need for them to learn. They need to learn all of the financial strategies available to help their clients survive the ever-rising cost of college and be productive in their financial planning for college—in essence, go back to school!  More importantly, the article is also a “wake-up call” for families who may be using an advisor who…

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Leverage Your Unemployment for Appeals in Financial Aid

If you were unemployed anytime during the three years preceding your base year, that period of unemployment can be leveraged to get you additional financial aid--if you appeal for professional judgment. The additional aid can help you get through some difficult financial times. You need education financial aid for unemployed. « Learn more about financial aid Take Action Fast If you want that additional financial aid it’s important that you act immediately after receiving your award letters.  Many colleges will…

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