Lorraine S. Brooks
River Dell High School
Valley International Preparatory High
Los Angeles, CA
Director of College and Career Center
North Penn High School
Director of College Counseling
St. George's School
Tam Ly, MSW, MAEd, PPS
Director of Guidance and Counseling
La Salle College Preparatory
|Even if you think you make too much money or have too many assets to qualify, you still may be able to qualify for significant scholarships, grants, and merit money.
|Understanding how the financial aid formulas really work - and how you will be assessed by those formulas - can make a substantial difference in the amount of aid you are awarded.
|There may be steps you can take right now to stretch your college funds to cover more of your college costs.
|There are specific types of Savings Accounts that may reduce or eliminate your eligibility for grants, scholarships and merit money.
|The way you structure your businesses, rental properties, taxes and estate can dramatically affect your college costs.
|Because college funding takes such specific expertise, your accountant or financial planner’s best intentions may actually limit your eligibility for aid.
|Expensive private colleges may be even more affordable than in-state public schools.
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