Edvisors Publishes the 2019-2020 Guide to Filing the FAFSA

October marks the start of FAFSA season and Edvisors® is ready to help students and families through the application with the 2019-2020 Guide to Filing the FAFSA®. The U.S. Department of Education awards more than $120 billion in federal student aid per year, making the FAFSA the most important financial aid application for college students in the United States.

For many, financial aid is a necessity, but some panic at the thought of completing the FAFSA. Here to help alleviate those worries, the latest edition covers:  

·         The 7 Easy Steps to FAFSA Completion

·         An Introduction to the myStudentAid Mobile Application

·         The Financial Aid Awarding Process

·         Ways to Pay for College

·         Common Mistakes to Avoid

·         Frequently Asked Questions and more.

Edvisors has made this resource available as a free download here.

About Edvisors

Edvisors publishes free information and resources to help students and families plan and pay for college. Every year, millions of students and their families turn to the company’s flagship site, Edvisors.com, for timely, accurate information, advice and tools that help them confidently make the best decisions about paying for college. Additionally, Edvisors owns ScholarshipPoints.com, where students earn points and enter scholarship drawings (the site has awarded about $1 million to date); StudentScholarshipSearch.com, a large free online database of scholarships with an easy-to-use scholarship matching tool; and both PrivateStudentLoans.com and StudentLoanConsolidator.com, which helps borrowers find private loan solutions during school and in the refinancing stage. Founded in 1998, Edvisors is based in Las Vegas, Nevada. More information can be found at www.edvisors.com.

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Categories: Financing and Student Loans, Colleges and Universities

Tags: College Planning, Financial Aid, Parent PLUS, Pay for College, Prepare for College