FAFSA & CSS Profile: Available Now!
It’s October! Financial aid applications are available now!
If you have a senior, you should be ready to file and have a college funding plan in place. Give us a call if you need help! We’ll coach you through creating your plan. Plus, we file your financial aid applications!
Get Prepped for the FAFSA & CSS Profile Applications
Seniors applying for either early decision or early action may have a deadline as early as November 1st for submission. Check your deadlines!
Free Workshop @ Camas High School
Join us for a How to Survive Paying for College workshop at the Camas High School Library, Oct. 9th at 6 pm.
You’ll learn how to maximize aid eligibility, calculate your Expected Family Contribution (EFC), understand the FAFSA & CSS Profile, and navigate the paying for college process. Reserve your spot here.
Financial Aid Myths & Misconceptions
According to a new survey, 52% of students and parents think the FAFSA is only for federal financial aid (the truth: state programs, colleges, and private scholarship organizations can also use the information submitted).
Are You Ready to File?
Tips for Parents of Seniors
Survey Reveals Deep Misunderstandings About Financial Aid
By Rebecca Safier ● Published on Student Loan Hero
College tuition is higher than ever, and most students and their families rely on financial aid to cover costs. But many are confused about how the financial aid process works, according to our new survey.
How to Survive Paying for College Workshop
@ Camas High School
October 9th 2018 • 7pm – 7:30pm
We invite you (+ a friend!) to attend our FREE Paying for College Workshop at the Camas High School library. Find out how to best minimize out-of-pocket expenses, maximize aid eligibility and navigate the paying for college process.
After the presentation, you’ll have the chance for a meet & greet with Beatrice Schultz, CFP®. Seating is limited – Be sure to RSVP!
How to Survive Paying for College Webinar
October 16th 2018 • 6pm – 7pm
At our free paying for college webinar, we’ll show you how to start navigating the paying for college process. Learn how to calculate your Expected Family Contribution (EFC), Cost of Attendance (CoA), the FAFSA & CSS profile, public vs. private costs, & more!
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Paying for College:
How to Include Your Child in the Process
So, instead of heading out to the local mall (this was almost 15 years ago), I signed her up for a program that allows you to earn cash back and put it toward college tuition.
Jumpstart Your College Financial Plan
Meet with me for a free consultation to answer any questions, estimate your EFC (Expected Family Contribution) and discuss your family’s college funding plan.
Ready for your own success story?
If you’re a typical parent with college-bound students, you’re probably overwhelmed. You want to help your sons and daughters make the right choices and prevent overpaying for their education. You’re not alone! We’re here to help. Schedule your free consultation today – click below to get started!
Catch our free, on-demand webinar:
How to Survive Paying for College
Join Beatrice Schultz, CFP® for our on-demand webinar, where she provides parents with the exact steps that often greatly lower the cost of college, even if there’s little time to prepare.