EFC College Funding For Divorced Families | Financial Aid Planning Updated

When filling out the FAFSA, students whose parents are divorced must provide financial data for two households, not just one. If this is done incorrectly, they risk losing all of their financial aid for college. With this update from College Planning Experts, students now have an opportunity to increase their chances of receiving financial aid.

To learn more, attend a free college planning workshop now: https://www.collegeplanningexperts.com/free-workshops

Over the past 10 years, the average cost of higher education in the US has increased by 37%, which has led to an increase in the demand from most households for financial aid. With the latest move, the college planning professionals take the initiative to handle the application process, plan for college admissions, and advise for financial aid.

When determining a family’s EFC, the government uses information provided on the submitted FAFSA, and this can become complicated for divorced families since it uses information about the family’s financial situation to determine whether they are eligible for financial aid.

College Planning Experts consult with the family to determine the uniqueness of their needs before recommending the right program. The planning experts hold private meetings with each student to create a career profile, pick the right schools, and focus on the right majors. They aim to give each student a broad choice of potential schools, including schools that are more financially viable than others.

The recent update is in line with the company’s mission to simplify the college admissions process and make it more affordable for families by preparing, inspiring, and connecting students to colleges and opportunities.

About College Planning Experts

College Planning Experts is a Los Angeles, California-based educational consultant that, since its inception in 2004, has helped over 5,000 students and their families save on college financial preparation. The experts’ assistance includes career searches, private student interviews, unlimited phone access, unlimited financial aid form submissions, client events, and others.

A spokesperson for the company said: “Let us take the reins on the college planning process so you don’t have to add “college planning project manager” to the list of titles already carried. Whether you have a prospective athlete, a performing arts student, or a potential engineer, we know how to help them reach their dreams.”

To learn more, attend a free college planning workshop now: https://www.collegeplanningexperts.com/free-workshops

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