A Wall Street Journal article, “The College-Aid Shuffle” by Jessica Silver-Greenberg, was recommended to us by our friends at Barrington Wealth Management. For those families who are going to be thinking about paying for college in the coming years, take a look:
“It is the height of financial-aid season, that time of year when families scramble to grab grants, scholarships and loans to offset the rising cost of a college education. Many will find themselves in a classic quagmire: They are considered too wealthy to qualify for help, but not wealthy enough to pay full freight.
Fortunately, there are a number of strategies that can help maximize the amount of financial aid families receive.”
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