The FAFSA Simplication Act will have families seeing changes to their application process and aid package this year. Many will do well by the calculation adjustments. And at the very least, they should find the application process much easier. Others may walk away with less than expected.
Student loan proposals didn’t go in Biden’s favor during debt ceiling negotiations and a deciding vote by the Supreme Court. The Biden Administration hopes to now find a win revamping the income-driven repayment plan.
Your child’s IEP and support network will not follow them to college, so it’s critically important for them to become their own advocate as they navigate the world of college accommodations.
I’ve had a slew of clients adding “wedding” to their list of goals. Is their 20-something child even engaged yet – not necessarily, they just want to be prepared when the special day comes. But a part from funding the day, there is plenty else to consider as two become one.
What’s the best way to discuss financial limits as a family without stressing out children? How can parents support children’s well-being while taking care of their own?
Feelings have run amok after Biden outlines his executive action for student loan forgiveness. Read about the program and my own thoughts.
From one of our favorite local attorneys, Adam Minsky discusses the likelihood of Biden offering additional forgiveness and deferment on student loans, despite Republicans submitting a bill to resume payments.
While the checklists grow and the kids soak in the last few minutes of summer break, it’s important to remember college planning and back-to-school shopping.
Your office may be reopening and you’re in a position to secure and afford child care. The Balance does a great job explaining care options.
Federal student loan payments and collections are set to resume in October 2021. There is a chance that the pause may be extended or a ramp-up plan will be put in place.
Acceptance letters are rolling in and it’s time to make a decision on college. If your top pick is more expensive than the rest… ask for more aid. Here’s how from Student Loan Hero…
The holidays are here as we struggle to find balance between safe and sane during COVID-19. Your children are likely looking forward to the normalcy of holiday tradition,
Make sure your child is aware of the process to receive support for their learning disability in college I recently met Marylee Palmer of By
Is it just me, or does making a bed instantly provide a feeling of accomplishment? For me, it doesn’t have to be perfect (far from
Five things to consider before financing daycare NerdWallet recently interviewed POWWOW for an article on an issue plaguing most young families – how to afford