IT IS TIME TO OPTIMIZE YOUR FAFSA
FAFSA and some things to consider
Need some help paying for college? The first thing you need to do is to file your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Worried that you won’t qualify for aid? Even parents and students who have some savings may still be eligible. Colleges and universities use the information from your FAFSA and federal tax return to calculate your Expected Family Contribution (EFC). However, not all funds are created equal.
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The equity in your house will count against your ability to receive college grants (free money) from many of the prestigious state and private colleges. Consult professionals to develop a strategy that optimizes your mortgage to receive college grants.
To receive financial aid you must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You must file each year while attending college to receive financial aid. We have found that approximately 80% of the FAFSA forms submitted for review have errors. We have professionals that can review your FAFSA and optimize it to your advantage.
If you have acquired college loans, ask us about professionals that will show you strategies to reduce them. Some employers will pay some or all of your loans as a hiring incentive. There are strategies that will pay off your loans with tax-free money. Ask us about professionals that can review your situation and provide options.
Our culture has changed for the worse as a result. 30% of students are moving back home, and 40% are delaying getting married. Saving for a home and retirement is becoming much more difficult. We are working hard to reach as many students and their families as early as possible so that they can prepare. Unprepared students and families are facing many hardships that last for many years to come. This hardship creates bondage and the bondage destroys families on so many levels. We are here to help.