During the past 10 years I’ve specialized in college funding... educating parents on the intricate process. ...failing to connect the dots, you drastically cut your opportunity to get the best financial aid possible.”
Irvine, CA (PRWEB) January 28, 2013
Every January, scores of parents and graduating seniors anxiously complete the FAFSA hoping to avoid errors and boost their chance of getting the best financial aid package possible. Many feel completing the FAFSA is time consuming and daunting because of the complexity and the perceived small window of time to get it filled out correctly to qualify for aid. Free FAFSA help has arrived.
College Funding Resource President, Felicia Gopaul shared, “we know there is a significant and growing population of parents and college bound students who are looking for FAFSA help. Filling out the FAFSA is one of the most misunderstood opportunities when it comes to getting the best financial aid possible. During the past 10 years I’ve specialized in college funding, and focused on educating parents on the link between the student, their family finances, the FAFSA, and the award letters they receive in the spring. If you fail to connect the dots, you drastically cut your opportunity to get the best financial aid possible.”
If you want to know how to apply for FAFSA accurately, Gopaul points out four things every parent and college bound individual ought to be aware of:
- The FAFSA is the beginning of a new process, not the end.
- There are common mistakes that can negatively affect your final financial award.
- The benefits of filing an error-free FAFSA far outweigh the inconvenience of completing the form.
- Expert FAFSA help is available to families that are comfortable paying a fee for unbiased advice.
To discover first-hand several insider secrets that have saved others time and heartache when filling out the FAFSA, parents and students should attend the free webinar entitled, “Little-Known FAFSA Tips and Tricks: How to Sidestep the Most Costly Errors and Maximize Your Chance of Getting Financial Aid”. The webinar is valued at $497, but registration is free until January 30, 2013. You can submit questions about how to apply for FAFSA accurately at http://www.CollegeFundingResource.com/fafsa-webinar.
Those who attend the live webinar will receive expert FAFSA help for free, and be eligible to win one of several prizes, including having their FAFSA completed for free (a value of $395). Click http://www.CollegeFundingResource.com/fafsa-webinar to register now.