By simply making a few changes in your home and calling your utility providers, you can lower your monthly bills right now.
In this article, we cover the final four steps on the FAFSA. These steps determine federal student aid eligibility and Expected Family Contribution (EFC).
In part 1, we discussed filling out Step One of the FAFSA, which determines your basic eligibility. Now, it’s time to gather your tax returns to complete Step Two (marital status and tax info) and Step Three (dependency status).
If you want to receive federal student aid (FSA) to pay some of your college expenses, you must fill out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
There are many websites that can assist you in finding scholarships and grants. If you qualify, they can help you pay for college and graduate debt-free.
We might not always think of a college education as a return on investment (ROI). Here are a few ways to potentially increase your education ROI.
Two of the best ways to get the information you want and get a good feel for the schools on your list are to attend college fairs and make campus visits.
February is a month for love. While it is great to have someone to share your love, it is equally important to pay attention to your financial situation.