Published: Avon, Mass. : Adams Media, 2006 Description: viii, 295 p. ; 24 cm ISBN/ISSN: 1593374917, Language: English
"Inside tips from college administrators, financial planners, and tax advisers"--T.p
College costs 101 -- A dozen ways to cut college costs now -- A plan of action -- The true cost of college--and 25 things to do about it -- Financial aid : a definition of terms -- Grants and scholarships -- College savings plans -- Tax benefits -- College loan programs -- Borrowing against the equity in your home -- Trading military service for college tuition -- Financial aid methodology -- Figuring out the FAFSA -- CSS/financial aid profile -- Tips from the insiders -- Direct from the experts : a college roundtable -- The economics of the college industry -- Do something now about college savings -- A dean of admissions sorts through the mail -- A high school director of guidance advises us -- A director of financial aid looks at the numbers -- Accounting for your child's education -- See sharp, of be flat -- Appendix A: State higher education agencies -- Appendix B: Selected web sites for students and parents -- Appendix C: Glossary
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