College Financial Aid: What Parents and Students Need to Know Starting Oct. 1

The American College of Financial Services
The Wall Street Journal
September 7, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has turned everything in the financial sector on its head, and education planning is no exception. With new college terms starting up across the country and a confusing mix of in-person and virtual learning as the new normal, applying for financial aid has become an even bigger challenge.

Education planning expert Ross Riskin says with the family income changes caused by lost jobs and other pandemic-related factors, careful and proper preparation is needed now more than ever. Read his advice in The Wall Street Journal.

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