The Student Aid Index (SAI) will soon replace the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) on the FAFSA. Learn how this will impact financial aid.
You can reduce the amount of student loan money needed to finance college by following this order of operations for how to pay for college.
Our ultimate guide to GI Bill, VA, and military education benefits that can help you, your spouse, or dependents pay for college.
If you have bad credit, you can still get a student loan with bad credit if you follow these steps for Federal and private student loans.
Your Expected Family Contribution number is an important number if you’re looking to receive need-based financial aid. Learn about it here.
It’s important to know the FAFSA deadlines so you can plan ahead and get financial aid in time if you need it. Here’s what you need to know.
Did you run out of financial aid with more school ahead of you? Are you going to? Here are some things you can do to help solve this frustrating situation.
Are you confused and frustrated by your financial aid award? Learn the terminology and understand how financial aid awards work to find peace of mind.
Need money to pay for college? Applying for federal aid can help. Find out how to fill out a FAFSA properly and why it matters.
It’s the worst scenario – your child forges your name and takes out a Parent PLUS student loan in your name. What can you do?
As a kid you think that your parents have been socking money away for your future college education. Then you grow up. And chances are that magical fund that you thought existed, doesn’t. When you head off to college you really aren’t worried about things like student loans. You don’t even grasp what debt can […]