2011 2012 Fafsa Application
January 5, 2011 by staff
2011 2012 Fafsa Application, StudentAdvisor Dot com (http://www.studentadvisor.com), the leading college of critical resources for students, parents and lifelong learners, today released the much anticipated Guide FAFSA; as the application Free for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) opens the students apply for financial aid for school year 2011-2012. This free guide, a 26-page digital magazine, offers facts, tips and practical advice on how to get through the overwhelming process of completing the FAFSA application.
Among the features included in the free guide FAFSA:
What is the FAFSA?
The process step by step to complete the FAFSA
An explanation of how financial aid is calculated
Myths you should know about the financial aid process
10 common mistakes FAFSA and how to avoid making
The guide also provides tips to maximize the amount of financial aid a student receives, including why it is important to file the FAFSA until your tax return, how mom and / or current account balance Dad may affect the amount of aid received, and entitled to a “call for special circumstances.”
“The U.S. Department of Education and provides about $ 100 billion a year in government assistance to students for college, with two thirds of students who receive financial aid at least for today,” said Dean Tsouvala, editor of StudentAdvisor.com. “This guide aims to help students and parents navigate the difficult process of applying for financial assistance and provide useful information to make the whole process easier than ever.”
StudentAdvisor.com today released the Guide FAFSA parents and students begin filing financial aid for school year 2011-2012
Digital magazine offers facts, tips and advice on how to complete the FAFSA
The guide also provides tips to maximize the amount of financial aid a student receives
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