FAFSA

  1. How to Up Your Chances of Getting Student Aid

    Getting the best possible package for a college fund depends on minimizing assets ...
  2. You Can Now File the FAFSA Starting Saturday, ...

    New rules to simplify the FAFSA application process let you apply for college financial ...
  3. An Introduction to Student Loans and the FAFSA

    Learn how to fill out the FAFSA form so that it is easier for you to fund your education. ...
  4. A Quick Guide to How FAFSA Loans Work

    If you’re headed to college and want to know how to apply for financial aid, this ...
  5. The Worst Things That Can Happen If You Don’t ...

    You may not get U.S. marshals knocking at your door, but why tempt fate? If you fall ...
  6. Student Financial Aid Changes: FAFSA 2015-2016

    Here is a look at some of the major changes to FAFSA in 2015 - 2016 and how they ...
  1. Student loans, federal and private: what's the difference?

    Learn about the differences between federal and private student loans, and discover the types of federal funding available ...
  2. Who benefits the most from prepaid expenses?

    Learn who benefits most when expenses are prepaid. Individuals and businesses often make payments, such as rent or insurance, ...
  3. What factors do schools consider when awarding financial aid?

    Learn how schools award financial aid and student loans for you and your family. Colleges consider many variables, including ...
  4. Should I apply for student loans if I haven't finished applying for scholarships ...

    Apply to a variety of financial help sources by submitting a Free Application for Federal Student Aid form, which will be ...
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