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Savvy Tips To Maximize Financial Aid and More!

Hurrah! The school year has officially begun! Students are busy with academic and athletic schedules, and the return to a daily routine creates the perfect opportunity for families to prepare for filing the FASFA and CSS Profile on October 1. To get you off on the right start, we are here to help! Do you…

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The Best Financial Tips For New College Students

Your student has successfully navigated high school, toured campuses, applied to and been accepted into college. All summer, they’ve dreamt of the momentous day when their new life away from home begins, as well as all the freedom and responsibility that comes along with it. As a parent, you know they’ll learn much more than…

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Have A Sophomore In High School? Plan For College Now!

August is here! As the leisurely days of summer move into a bustling schoolyear, we want to help make sure you and your student are on an affordable college-bound path. I’m also sharing helpful advice in Forbes and Real Simple, both of which I’ve included below! Is your student a sophomore this year? Start planning now! Figuring out your financial outlook narrows down the…

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How To Make The Most Of Your Campus Tour

When your college-bound student has prepared their list of top colleges and begun moving toward the decision-making phase, the most exciting way to narrow down the selection is with a campus tour. By experiencing the college environment firsthand, talking with program directors and students, and seeing the facilities up close, it will be easier for…

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College Planning For Sophomore High School Year

It might seem early to have a college funding plan in place if your daughter or son is only 14 or 15. It’s not! A student’s sophomore year in high school is the best time to start college planning as it marks the next phase for parents to narrow down the best financial options and…

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Got Student Debt? Let Your Boss Pay It Off!

Summer is all about fun with family and friends, especially for students as they take a break from the busy academic school year. Besides enjoying themselves in the next few months, your high school student may have a summer job, but have you talked with them about a professional career? Now is a perfect time!…