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Maybe you missed it in my last e-newsletter, but did you know that February is Financial Aid Awareness Month?  Sponsored by the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA), its goal is to spread awareness and information about the importance of financial aid. Big...

Are Millennials good at managing money? That one question is the object of hot debate among many members of today’s “older and wiser” Boomer generation. They say Millennials acquire too much student loan debt, stay in their parents’ homes way too long, and don’t buy...

The big reason so many students and parents rush to file the FAFSA each year is that they hope to score enough financial aid to pay for four years of education at the one college the student really wants to attend. In some cases, this...

It can sometimes seem like applying for financial aid is one long struggle. Many families start collecting their documentation early, eagerly await the October 1 starting date to file the FAFSA, and anticipate receiving a financial aid award letter. This process can be thrown off...