Our ultimate guide to GI Bill, VA, and military education benefits that can help you, your spouse, or dependents pay for college.
A survey of parents finds they are increasingly concerned about the impact of inflation and stock market volatility on their college savings.
Learn why the FAFSA asset protection allowance is dropping to zero and how it could impact your eligibility for financial aid.
Minimize the cost of college with financial aid. When you fill out your FAFSA, here’s what you need to know about income limits.
Here’s how to pay for college, with the best order of operations to maximize financial aid and minimize student loan debt.
Tuition-free college is a strong draw for students, but there are many caveats that may cause them to fall short for low-income students.
Financial aid administrators can reduce student loan limits in only a few situations. But new rules could expand their authority. Learn how.
With a little digging and basic math, students can gain a clearer picture of the real cost of college. Here’s how to calculate college costs.
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.
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.