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How Might the FAFSA® Simplification Act Affect You?

Here’s what to know about new FAFSA changes that may affect your financial aid.

FAFSA Dos and Donts 2022

FAFSA® Do’s and Don’ts

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Your Guide to Filling Out the FAFSA®

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QUIZ: Do You Have the FAFSA® Down?

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Don’t Let These FAFSA® Mistakes Cost You Money

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I Was Wrong About FAFSA® and It Almost Cost Me Big-Time

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Fall for These FAFSA® Myths and You Could Be Losing Free Money

FAFSA Dos and Donts 2022

FAFSA 101: Your Financial Aid FAQs Answered

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With the FAFSA® Complete, Get Ready for Your Next Financial Aid Steps

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What are the FAFSA® Income Requirements?

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How to Report Your Income on the FAFSA®

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How Reporting a 529 Plan Impacts the FAFSA®

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Marital Status and the FAFSA®: Expert Answers to Your Questions

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How Does Citizenship Status Affect the FAFSA?

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How Does My Federal Student Loan Debt Impact My Teen’s FAFSA®?

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College Enrollment Is Dropping. What Does That Mean as You Apply to College?

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COVID-19 Changed Our Finances: How to Get More Financial Aid

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Should You Accept All the Federal Student Loans You're Offered?

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Experts Break Down a Financial Aid Award Letter

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How to Talk to Parents About Paying for College

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Don’t Let These 8 Common Award Letter Mistakes Cost You Money

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Does Starting at Community College Really Save Money?

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My Kid's in High School. How Do I Save for College Now?

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7 Things I Wish I'd Known Before I Borrowed Student Loans

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Haven’t Started Your College Applications? We’ve Got You Covered

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The Most Important Things Counselors Should Tell Students About Applying for Federal Student Aid

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QUIZ: How Well Do You Understand Financial Aid?

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Tips for Borrowing Student Loans

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The Debate: Work-Study vs. Traditional Jobs in College

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What Parents Can Do for Their Kids the Summer Before Senior Year

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7 Things High School Juniors Need to Do the Summer Before Senior Year

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What Your Counselor Wishes You Knew Before Creating Your College List

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Federal Student Loans: Your Complete Guide

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QUIZ: How Well Do You Understand Your Financial Aid Award Letters?

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My Work-Study Job Was the Best Part of My Education

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How I Appealed My Financial Aid Package and Got More Money

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What Parents Should Do After Receiving College Award Letters

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Should You Consider Alternative Ways to Pay for College?

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6 Steps to Take with First Generation College Bound Students

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Advice for Seniors in High School Preparing for College

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What Parents Should Know Before Financial Aid Award Letters Arrive

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6 Effective Things to Say When Negotiating for More Financial Aid

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How to Pay for College by Yourself

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How to Handle Your Child’s College Process When You’re Divorced

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What Happens If You Get in Early Decision But Change Your Mind?

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The Unique Challenges of Applying to College as a Refugee

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What I Wish I Had Known About Paying for College

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Evaluating Student Loans 101

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5 Things You May Not Know About Athletic Scholarships

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5 Things You Need to Do Before College Decision Day

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Everything You Need To Know About Financial Aid Award Letters

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Hit Your Deadlines With This Key Financial Aid Timeline


Can I Estimate My Student's Financial Aid?

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