Financial Aid & College Funding
"Some people aren't getting as much (financial aid) as they might be able to. There are ways to legally manipulate your (financial) data to improve your financial aid eligibility."
The Wall Street Journal
In addition to committing numerous errors with regard to the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) and other forms, the typical family approaches college funding in all the wrong ways, making many costly mistakes that needlessly jeopardize the parents' retirement. One example is borrowing money on terms that are not favorable to the borrowers.
Applying for financial aid is a complex process, with important financial planning implications. Attempting to navigate these perilous straits entirely on their own, parents and students routinely make mistakes that cost them thousands, even tens of thousands, of dollars each year in reduced aid.
CollegeSolutionsUSA is unique among coaching services in that it not only helps students gain admission to good schools but also offers families little-known and highly effective college funding solutions, to help pay for college without going broke.
Our mission, in part, is to ensure that the student receive every dollar to which he or she is entitled. Beyond that, we assist families by showing them the most effective ways possible to pay the portion of college costs not covered by financial aid, what the U.S. Department of Education terms the Expected Family Contribution (EFC).
The beauty of this program is that it takes into account all students in the family (most notably, younger siblings) and provides the family with a clear multi-year roadmap, showing exactly how tuition is going to be paid.
Tremendous peace of mind is one very major benefit, with the assurance that not only will college tuition be taken care of but the parents' retirement will be secure, as well, balancing these two very important considerations. Typically, the program does not result in any significant degradation of a family's lifestyle.
You have expert assistance at every step of the way, not just getting answer keys to the FAFSA and FAP (Financial Aid Profile) and interpreting the SAR (Student Aid Report) but evaluating your award letters and conducting appeals, as you negotiate your awards with the schools (yes, it is possible to negotiate with the financial aid offices of the schools!).
You will have a toll-free number that you can call at any time during business hours, to speak with an expert in our college funding department. This is separate from the toll-free number for admissions assistance.
"If you snooze, you lose." Get started today, by emailing us at info@CollegeSolutionsUSA.com.
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