FAFSA changes for financial advisors

  Check out the following video from College Inside Track President Chris Wills providing a helpful overview of the new changes to the FAFSA that financial advisors need to know about, as they will require new planning strategies for many clients

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Student Loan Forgiveness Details

  Here is a Q&A with College Inside Track President Chris Wills regarding the Biden administration’s student loan forgiveness plan:    Chris, there’s been a lot of publicity around the Biden-Harris Administration’s Student Loan Forgiveness Plan.  I just received my first alumni parent text on the topic: “How do we get the Biden Loan Forgiveness…

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The Test Optional Path in the 2022/23 Application Cycle: Q and A with CIT  College Testing Policies Expert Tiffany Kolb

CIT Consultant Tiffany Kolb discusses what families need to know now about the test optional path in college admissions: Important takeaways from the most recent application cycle, possibilities of test optional applications at highly selective colleges, and the process of determining whether or not to submit scores Q:  Tiffany, in general terms, what’s new on…

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Jay Benanav Q and A: Financial Aid Issues for 2023 HS Graduates

College Inside Track founder and nationally recognized college admissions financial aid expert Jay Benanav discusses some of the most salient college financial aid issues relative to the 2022-2023 application cycle   Q: Jay, what is new and reportable in the 2022 landscape of financial aid?  What have we learned in the last application cycle?  Even…

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Cozy Wittman on Wicked Pissah Podcast: Financial Strategies Driving the College Search

  Cozy Wittman, Wicked Pissah Podcast, Episode 118 College Inside Track’s Cozy Wittman offers a really fun, comprehensive discussion around the college search.  With strong advice for financial advisers, the podcast speaks to all listeners with a stake in the college search. When should families begin thinking about the college search?  When should the scholarship…

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FAFSA change for small business owners

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  Add small business owners to the group of people impacted by the upcoming FAFSA changes for the 2023-24 school year. Currently, the value of any privately held business, including assets, with less than 100 employees does not need to be reported on the FAFSA as part of its small business exclusion. This includes a…

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Insider tips for the week of January 10, 2022

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  3 tips for having the scary college money talk – I’ve been shocked at how many families with HS students we’ve been meeting with lately have not talked about what they are willing or able to spend on college, both between the parents and with the student. We naturally avoid things that are scary,…

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