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Your Guide to Filing the 2024-2025 FAFSA

Fall can be a challenging time for high school seniors with college applications, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (otherwise known as FAFSA), and searching for scholarships. The 2024-2025 FAFSA will come online in December, which will condense this year’s application cycle, so it’s important to be on top of getting this task off …

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What You Need to Know to File the CSS Profile This Fall

The fall is a wonderful and busy time of year – especially if you’re a student applying for college. All of a sudden, your calendar is filled with deadlines for school applications and financial aid applications. Almost all families will be completing the FAFSA this winter. Some families may also need to complete the CSS …

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Demystifying Financial Aid: Key Terms Every High School Senior Should Know

For many high school seniors, the reality about balancing school, life, and even work may be settling in as the first month of classes finishes up. Work, school, and a social life are all important uses of their time – especially during their “last” year of school. But, for many of these students, they’re about …

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Everything You Need to Complete Your 2024-2025 FAFSA

The FAFSA is coming. For the 2024-2025 application cycle, the FAFSA will be released in December. If you’re attending college in the fall of 2024, then you’ll likely need to complete the FAFSA this winter. Be sure to review your college’s website to make sure you don’t have any other components to file. Sometimes schools …

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What’s the Difference Between Federal and Private Student Loans?

Before we know it, classes will begin for the fall semester nationwide on college campuses. Rising freshman and returning college students should already have their financial situation secure. By now, you will have received your financial aid package, know if you are eligible for the Federal Work-Study Program, and how much money you can anticipate …

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Researching Student Loan Options Can Save You Thousands of Dollars

Let’s be honest: in the summertime, no one wants to be reading up about interest rates or student loan options. But as parents of college students, we also all know that time flies by quickly. Pushing off research on loan options may seem like the best option while relaxing by the pool, but come the …

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