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Help My Child Pay for College

Help My Child Pay for College

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Help My Child Pay forCollege
Understanding College StudentFinancial Aid
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Table of Contents
Know How Much to Save for CollegeSet Aside Twenty-five Dollars a Month for CollegeChoose a Tax-free College Savings AccountChoose the Right Student Loans for CollegeAce the FAFSAThe Real Cost of CollegeCommunity Service Ideas That Help Students Pay College ExpensesHow Much Do You Know about Saving Money for College? 
www.EduGuide.org2 ONLINE EDUGUIDE
 
 
Help My Child Pay for College
Understanding College Student Financial Aid
Do I need this EduGuide?
Yes, if you have kids who will be attending college, whether in thirteen years or three, this EduGuide will help you learn more aboutfinancing their college education by saving money for college, finding free college money through scholarships and other financial aidfor students, and making smart decisions about student loans for college.
How does it work?
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Quizzes
help you know where you stand.
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Articles
give you the background information you need to make a decision.
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ShortCuts
help you take immediate action. Choose one or go through them all.
What will I learn from this EduGuide?
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What college savings plans are and how they work
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How to determine how much you need to save for your child’s college education
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What information you need to complete the FAFSA
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How even small savings can add up over time
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Why college may be more affordable than you think
Quick Solutions
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What can I do in 15 minutes? Have a family meeting and brainstorm ways to set aside twenty-five dollars a month towardcollege. Review the pros and cons of various tax free college savings accounts.
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What can I do in one hour? Talk with your child about how you and he can pay for his college education, reviewing your optionsfor loans, scholarships, and other financial aid opportunities.
www.EduGuide.org3 ONLINE EDUGUIDE

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