Top 10 FAQs About College Financial Aid

It’s financial aid season once again. Here are our top 10 FAQs about college financial aid asked by parents and students from among the many questions we've handled about the subject over the years: 1. I probably don't qualify for aid because I make

FAFSA Time – Is Your Checklist Ready?

It’s FAFSA time again so is your checklist ready? Starting October 1st, 2018, new seniors in high school can file their FAFSA forms for the 2019-2020 college year using their 2017 IRS 1040 data. Although both the student’s and parents’ income

WHICH COLLEGE IS RIGHT FOR YOU? 3 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOURSELF

"Where are you going to college next year?" Before you can answer that question, you really need to know which college is right for you. Here are 3 questions to ask yourself as you begin deciding where you want to go to college. Let's face it: This

Visit a College Without Stepping on Campus

What if you can't make the college tour? Here's how to visit a college without stepping on campus. Setting foot on campus is always a good idea, but it's often not practical. Trying to fit in college campus visits around a busy family schedule

Headed for Divorce? How to Pay for Your Children’s College Education

If you're headed for divorce you may want to stop to think about how to pay for your children's college education. When parents divorce, there are a lot of emotions and financial issues to deal with along the way. A big concern for many a they are

Amesbury MA Financial Planner Earns Certified College Funding Specialist Designation

Steve Stanganelli CFP® of College Cash Pro accepted for Membership in the Association of Certified College Funding Specialists and Earns College Funding Designation  AMESBURY, Mass. – Jan. 6, 2018 – PRLog — On January 3, 2018, Steve

College-Saving Families Flying Blind

Bats are known for having notoriously bad eye-sight. But they compensate by using a built-in sonar system. According to a recent Fidelity survey, parents are pretty much acting like bats when it comes to college finances. College-saving families are

3 Biggest Mistakes Parents Make Saving for College

3 Biggest Mistakes Parents Make Saving for College. Parents around the country have just sent their kids back to school. And many are breathing a sigh of relief. A quiet house again. Gold. But if you’re a parent who plans to help pay for your

2018 FAFSA Bug Affects Single Parents

Last year's FAFSA was complicated by a concern with identity theft that shut down the automated IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT). THe 2018 FAFSA has a bug that affects single parents. This is a new error that has been discovered in the FAFSA 2018 – 19

Twenty-One Ways to Pay for College

If your kids are heading off to college, you want to know how to pay for college. Whether they're going this fall, next year or further down the road, you can stay calm by having a plan. In this series of posts , I'll outline twenty-one ways to pay