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We are a family of 4 with gross income of about $58,000. With IRA and 401(k) contributions and pretax health care deductions our AGI is about $47,000. Would it benefit us ...
I am a single mom and my son will be entering his freshman year in college this fall. The FAFSA application asks for the gross income from last year's tax return. ...
My son has brain damage along with seizures and a reading learning disability. With all the doctors appointments, hospital stays and seizures he is on academic probation this semester. So that ...
There are many ways in which grandparents can help their grandchildren pay for a college education. These include legacy scholarships and tuition assistance programs, educational awards for volunteering and community service, ...
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Make your financial aid package work for you.
Maintain a good GPA -- or lose financial aid.
Learn the main financial aid terms you need to know.
If you take the time to research and develop a plan, you can have your student loan under control sooner than later and avoid being the dreaded senior citizen with student loan payments.
Don't fall for these myths when it comes to financial aid.
Take on these money moves while you’re still a student so that you’re fully prepared once you enter the real world.
Students often overlook opportunities to save - don't allow yourself to be one of them!
Keep in mind these three things about financial aid.
When you’re a student trying to pay for school, one of the greatest challenges can be managing your finances in the best way possible.
The New Year is a perfect chance to resolve to save money for your education.
Colleges and universities are making changes to financial aid award letters.