Financial Aid Articles
Does Filing a FAFSA Obligate You in Any Way? Are Parents Responsible for Repaying a Child's Student Loans?
I have a question about filling out a FAFSA form for my child. If we fill out the form and my child is granted a loan for college, will the parents ...
In our base year, my spouse will have a one-time job that will significantly raise our income for one year only. We have significant credit card debt and no savings for ...
The changes to FAFSA are considered a step forward for the LGBTQ community.
Help yourself qualify for more financial aid with these tips.
Learn more about the new income-based repayment plan, REPAYE.
Find out how different types of trust funds are treated on the FAFSA.
Is there a fee to complete the FAFSA and if so, how much? — T. Smith There is no fee to file the FAFSA. As the name suggests, the Free Application ...
I am a disabled parent who hasn't worked since 2007. I am currently on long term disability and have been ruled disabled by the Social Security Administration. My child is heading ...
Learn about how your EFC is calculated and what comes after.
You’ll need a FAFSA ID in order to fill out your FAFSA this year!
Once you've submitted your FAFSA, you may have questions or changes to the document. Here's what you should expect and how to make edits.
The best way to ensure that history doesn’t repeat itself by students missing out on free financial aid is for both graduating seniors and, of course, parents, to fill out their FAFSA forms ASAP!
As required by Congress, the US Department of Education is now publishing lists that rank the most and least expensive colleges. Colleges are ranked according to tuition and fees as well ...
How to prepare for Prior-Prior Year FAFSA before the end of 2015.
Filling out the FAFSA early has its benefits.
Home equity and student loan payments.
What to do when the school you plan to attend practices financial aid gapping.
The good news is that Fastweb has all the tax filing information that you'll need.
The current interest rate is 3.4 percent and, starting the first of July, would double for more than seven million students.
I am under 24 years of age. I did not have any income the year before last. I have 2 children and live with a partner of 6 years. He is ...