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Choosing an Affordable College Can Eliminate Student Debt

High school seniors are now filling out college applications.  Some students have the college of their dream in sight. Others will have to make a tough choice about which college they will attend.

So, how should families wade through emotional connections to certain colleges and make a decision that is rooted in logic?

Here’s what you need to know about the current & future FAFSA® form

This article will:

  • Tell you why filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (“FAFSA®”) is important no matter what your family income may be,
  • Discuss the Academic Year 2022-2023 FAFSA® form, and
  • Outline the likely changes to the FAFSA® form to be used in 2024-25

If you want to skip right to the finish line to get an estimate of the amount of financial aid you might eligible to receive, use this free Financial Aid Estimator.

Supercharge 529 College Savings with Child Tax Credit Cash

Parents, take advantage of this huge opportunity to increase college savings with free cash from Uncle Sam!

The government is now sending eligible parents cash each month. This free money can supercharge a child’s college savings nest egg and reduce future student loan debt. As MyCollegeCorner likes to say: “Saving a dollar today is better than borrowing one tomorrow®"