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The beginning of another year brings a fresh slate of opportunities and challenges. For high school students thinking about going to college, or even most college students, money is usually one constant concern. As much as we like to focus on the academic benefits of...

Well, this is my last blog post for 2018. I hope you all had a great year, and have taken the steps necessary to find a good college and receive the financial aid necessary to help pay for it. What I hear time and again...

The college admission and financial aid application process can be a challenge indeed. Most high school seniors have managed to get through the maze of filing the FAFSA and may even be starting to hear from some of their chosen colleges. Procrastinating seniors, on the...

It is almost the end of the year and high school seniors should be well on their way to making some tough decisions about their college choices. If you applied early decision or early action, you may even have started receiving letters of acceptance from...

If your teenager needs financial aid to attend college in the fall of 2019, you might be proud of yourself for filing the FAFSA, and even completing a CSS Profile. If you are a parent who is divorced or separated, however, you might be surprised...

In one of my October blog posts I covered the topic of requesting an online tax transcript from the IRS. That is all well and good for certain taxpayers, you might think, but what about people who are not required to file tax returns for...