Meeting College Costs: A Workbook for Families
This easy-to-use, authoritative workbook addresses the essential and immediate concerns families have about the complexities of funding a college education, written by the most accredited and respected organization in College prep, The College Board.
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2000 Date application AESA amount Annual Asset Protection Allowance borrow campus checking accounts College Board Online college choices college costs College financial aid college's colleges your child contribution from income cost of attendance credit history credit report Date application received deadline debt-to-income ratio demonstrated need Dependent Students determine earned Education Loan enrolled enter $0 expected contribution expected family contribution FAFSA family's Federal Methodology Federal Pell Grant Federal Perkins Loan Federal Stafford Loan Federal Work-Study financial aid administrators financial aid application financial aid award financial aid office financial aid package financial need funds gift aid home equity Institutional Methodology interest rate James's lege lender Loan Program Maria minus financial aid minus line monthly payment offer Old Bricks options Parents of Dependent percent PROFILE qualify repayment Sarah scholarships school counselors student aid student loan sum of lines Total income U.S. Census Bureau U.S. income tax undergraduate unsubsidized WORKSHEET www.collegeboard.org