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It's Time for the Families of Next Year's New College Students to Start Working on the 'Free Application for Federal Student Aid'

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NOW THAT THE FINANCIAL-AID SEASON IS OFFICIALLY HERE, FAMILIES WITH STUDENTS HEADING TO COLLEGE NEXT YEAR SHOULD BEGIN WORKING ON THE "FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT-AID"--OR "FAFSA".  ACCORDING TO "SALLIE MAE", COMPLETING THE "FAFSA" IS THE FIRST STEP TO RECEIVING ANY TYPE OF FINANCIAL-AID:  SCHOOLS USE IT TO PUT TOGETHER AID-PACKAGES; STATES USE IT TO DETERMINE ELIGIBILITY FOR STATE-AID; AND SOME SCHOLARSHIPS REQUIRE IT, AS PART OF THEIR APPLICATION.  BY COMPLETING THE "FAFSA", STUDENTS CAN GAIN ACCESS TO MORE THAN 120-BILLION DOLLARS--IN GRANTS, WORK-STUDY FUNDS, AND FEDERAL STUDENT-LOANS.  WHETHER OR NOT YOU THINK THAT YOU'LL ACTUALLY QUALIFY FOR FUNDING, DON'T MISS OUT BY SIMPLY NOT COMPLETING THE APPLICATION.  FOR THE "BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO 'FAFSA'"-VIDEO--AND MORE INFORMATION--VISIT "SALLIE-MAE"-DOT-COM-SLASH-"FAFSA".  THAT'S "SALLIE-MAE"-DOT-COM-SLASH-"F-A-F-S-A".


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