You can still file the FAFSA and receive financial aid. If you have already filed and received a higher EFC (Expected Family Contribution) or lower financial aid award than
you'd expected, we can Fix Your FAFSA and then Amend it so you get more. Even if your FAFSA is done correctly, we can Appeal your child's Aid Award on your behalf. And finally, even if no additional aid will be forthcoming, we can show you ways to SPEND LESS on college because there may be better ways to finance college than the ones you've already thought of. So regardless of whether your child is a sophomore, junior or senior, there are plenty of opportunities for us to help you save money on college. Even though it's never too late to put in place a comprehensive college financial plan, it's also never too early! So parents of juniors and sophomores, contact us as soon as possible, too.
Simply complete the online, 11-question form located HERE and we will supply you with a FREE Report that analyzes the following items: EFC, Increased Financial Aid Opportunities, College Finance Alternatives, Graduation Rates and Merit Scholarship Qualifications. You have nothing to lose (first name only is fine_ and maybe $25,000, $50,000 or $100,000 to gain!