If you filed taxes early in 2021, the FAFSA treatment of unemployment benefits may hurt your financial aid eligibility. Here’s what to do.
Unlike lump sum settlements, there are times when the money from structured settlements will have no impact on financial aid. Learn why.
Why are talented, low-income students underrepresented in selective colleges? We explore the causes of undermatching and ways to reduce it.
Learn why the FAFSA asset protection allowance is dropping to record lows and how it could impact your eligibility for financial aid.
Title IV status means that a school has been accredited by the Department of Education to participate in federal student aid programs.
Need more money to cover your higher education costs? Here are ten options to help pay for school when you don’t have enough financial aid.
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.