Parents, it’s college application season. Do you know all your options for covering tuition?
The college admissions process is a stressful time for both students and parents alike. Seniors are laser-focused on SATs, essays, and applications, while parents are left scrambling to add up all the dollar signs.
Whether you’ve been saving for your high schooler’s dream school since the day they were born, or you just started yesterday, don’t let the “tuition monster” intimidate you. Our handy checklist covers everything from financial aid, to 529s savings accounts, tax credits, and much more! Make sure you know all your options when it comes to paying for college.
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