Paying for College without Going Broke

Paying for College without Going Broke

by Princeton Review, Geoff Martz
     
 

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As the cost of college steadily increases, paying for it requires insider strategies to maximize financial aid and minimize college costs. Paying for College Without Going Broke 2008 is thoroughly revised and updated to take the stress, confusion, and guess-work out of applying for financial aid.

The only book to include the latest financial aid forms

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Overview

As the cost of college steadily increases, paying for it requires insider strategies to maximize financial aid and minimize college costs. Paying for College Without Going Broke 2008 is thoroughly revised and updated to take the stress, confusion, and guess-work out of applying for financial aid.

The only book to include the latest financial aid forms and lists of annual changes in tax laws, it also shows students and their parents how to calculate their aid eligibility before applying to college and plan ahead to improve their chances of receiving aid. The book also includes advice on how to negotiate with financial aid offices, handle special circumstances (for single parents or independent students), and receive educational tax breaks. It is a must have for anyone concerned about the soaring costs of college tuition.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780375766305
Publisher:
Random House Information Group
Publication date:
10/16/2007
Series:
College Admissions Guides Series
Edition description:
2008 Edition
Pages:
352
Product dimensions:
7.77(w) x 10.17(h) x 0.88(d)

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