Financial Aid Articles
Your scholarship may be taxable - discover how to report your scholarships on your taxes.
Are you considered an independent student? Find out.
Expert answers on income and financial aid eligibility.
Find out why getting Cs and Ds could lead to a loss of financial aid.
The FAFSA mobile app is set to launch in April 2018.
The Trump administration has multiple proposals for higher education spending.
Looking for a bailout? Good news! The only catch is you'll have to do some good...
The changes to FAFSA are considered a step forward for the LGBTQ community.
Everything you need to know about life estates on the FASFA.
Dependency status on federal income tax returns and on the FAFSA.
Questions about retirement answered.
Expert financial aid advice for your most pressing questions.
I am trying to advise two students whose mother died four years ago and their father died last week, unfortunately. The girls' grandmother is now taking care of them (a 9th ...
Cash on hand must be reported as an asset on the FAFSA.
Why Does a Parent Qualify for More Financial Aid than Her Dependent Student Child When Both are in College?
Parents vs. children and financial aid eligibility.
Counting the child support paid and counting the supported children in household size is an either-or situation on the FAFSA.
Need analysis formulas use a snapshot approach to evaluating assets.
A student who has one or more dependent children that she supports is considered independent on the FAFSA.
Find out what makes an "independent" student an independent student.
My daughter is a freshman (in college) and lives more than 50% of the time with her mother who is the custodial parent. Her mom and I have been divorced for ...