Financial Aid Articles
Find out how bankruptcy affects paying for college.
I have been a single mother raising twin daughters pretty much all their life but recently (2 years ago) remarried a fairly successful man who has from day one said he ...
I had a CollegeSure CD for my son who started college last fall. After the CD matured in August, I cashed it out and put the money in a savings account ...
Need analysis formulas use a snapshot approach to evaluating assets.
Advice for married couples seeking to repay debt and maintain tax benefits.
Benefits of the new FAFSA release date -- October 1.
Will my daughter's chances for receiving financial aid be higher if we don't claim her on our taxes? Household income is about $85,000 and she did not qualify for financial aid ...
If Congress fails to pass legislation funding the federal government, the federal government will shut down and more than 800,000 government employees will be furloughed. The impact on federal student aid, ...
Does your college choice offer the most work study aid?
Stop being a statistic and start getting smart about student debt.
Advice for older veterans returning to college.
We have a dilemma here. My son has been accepted by five colleges: four public colleges and one private college. The private school is the only one that is showing us ...
A student who has one or more dependent children that she supports is considered independent on the FAFSA.
More students graduate each year with excessive student loan debt.
You can beat student loan debt with these helpful tips.
Check out financial aid opportunities available to Canadian students.
Discover financial aid opportunities for students with disabilities.
Paying for graduate school with undergraduate and credit card debt.
Maintain a good GPA -- or lose financial aid.
From time to time I receive solicitations for free financial aid seminars that are really sales pitches for a product or service. I attend these seminars to monitor the information (and ...