When picking a car, consumers know exactly how much they have to pay because of the federally required disclosures on window stickers. Yet no Federal or State policies require consistent information, terminology or formatting on financial aid award letters. A new car costs, on average, about $33,000. A college education costs tens of thousands of dollars more and is an investment that should last a lifetime. Surely college bound families need clarity around college costs as much as they do car pricing.
College Planning Services explains to parents how to read a financial aid award and we help families qualify for a minimum of $25,000 in free scholarship money. Click here for a free phone consultation to start saving now.