Paying for College Without Going Broke

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Random House, 2010 - Study Aids - 324 pages
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Paying for College Without Going Brokehas been featured inUSA Today,theWall Street Journal,Money, theLos Angeles Times, and dozens of other national publications, and was chosen as aWashington Post"Color of Money" Book Club Selection. The 2011 edition of this informative guidebook will tell you:

   • How to calculate what colleges will expect you to pay
   • Savvy steps that will increase your chances of receiving aid
   • Long- and short-term ways to lower college costs, regardless of income
   • How to compare aid offers—and how to appeal them if they are not enough
   • Strategies for divorced or single parents and independent students
   • The most costly mistakes parents and students make when applying for aid
   • How to access free online updates on college funding

Paying for College Without Going Brokealso includes sample forms aid applicants must complete, including the required 2011-2012 federal FAFSA.

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User Review  - bigal20 - Overstock.com

This book includes everything that you need to know about financing a college education. The stuff that FInancial Aid Officers cant/won't tell you. Buy it when your child is a freshman or sophomore ... Read full review

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User Review  - Sarah Felix - Goodreads

Fantastic book! Full of insightful information that cannot be obtained from a general college book. I keep it on my shelf as a reference. Read full review

About the author (2010)

Chany is the founder and president of Campus Consultants in New York.

Martz attended Dartmouth College and Columbia University before joining The Princeton Review in 1985 as a teacher and writer.

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