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Playing the Financial Aid Game (Infographic)
Are you looking for more financial aid for college? Keep reading…
If you are not sure where to start in the college financial aid process, take a look at this clear infographic that gives a great visual of the steps to take along the way.
Becoming familiar with college financial aid terms and timelines is a smart step to take to get the most money for school possible!
Remember to always file the FAFSA beginning October 1st when your student is a senior in high school and every year they are in college.
Why file a FAFSA? The answer is HERE.
You may also like to read: Secrets of a Financial Aid Pro
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