How You Can Maximize Student Aid: Strategies For The Fafsa And The Expected Family Contribution (Efc) To Increase Financial Aid For College
- Publish Date: 2011-02-01
- Binding: Paperback
- Author: Tracy Foote
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Choose Buy NEW to be sure you receive the most up-to-date version. Forms and images are updated every few years to assist you. Recently Updated and Revisedin 2014. How You Can Maximize Student Aid includes 2013 tax forms and 2014-2015 EFC rules. Each area contains footnote references so you can easily answer any furtherquestions orlocate the updated income cut-offs forthe 2014-2015 FAFSA application.
The coreconceptsto qualify for federal student aid and education tax benefits remain the same from year to year. This book contains explanations for: all the components that determine federal student aid, the better places to save, and what you should think about come tax time. The goal is to help youmaximize aid while keeping yourassets accessible; growing with tax benefits. An in-depth understanding of the Expected Family Contributionwill help families and students strategize prior to completing the FAFSA.
A mistake on the FAFSA can result in loss of several thousands of dollars in aid. This valuable reference guide will provide you with new ideas and help you prioritize, whether you are saving for a newborn or if college is looming just around the corner.
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