Five Questions You Must Ask During Your College Visits

College Visits

Five Questions You Must Ask During Your College Visits   Don’t judge a college by its brochure! If you’re serious about going to college, then you need to look beyond those expensive, glossy, full-color college brochures, or fancy websites, which tout the institution’s image and credentials. To get the most out of your campus visit,…

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Current SAT vs. Redesigned SAT

New SAT vs Old SAT

Current SAT vs. Redesigned SAT A few weeks ago, I was invited to speak at the Huntington Learning Center in Huntersville, N.C..  I am very familiar with Huntington Learning Center, because many of my students have used HLC in Huntersville and in Charlotte to increase their SAT and ACT test scores.  It was a pleasure…

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Private Scholarship Frequently Asked Questions

Scholarship

Private Scholarship Frequently Asked Questions Reader response to the May 15 “Private Scholarship Top 10 Do’s and Don’t’s” blog was such that I am devoting this post to answering many of the good questions that  I was asked.   Q: “Ryan, how can I find out about what scholarships are out there?” A: Your best…

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12 Awesome Tips To Winning A College Scholarship

12 Awesome Tips To Winning A College Scholarship High school juniors need to turn their attention to private college scholarships now. There are many scholarships with applications that are due in the fall of the student’s senior year. If you delay this process due to procrastination or because you are preoccupied with upcoming summer activities,…

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Private Scholarship Top 10 Do’s and Don’t’s

The Private Scholarship Game (Part 1) – The Top 10 Do’s & Don’ts Most college scholarships and grants are available through the Federal and State governments, which are ultimately controlled by the colleges themselves. However, there are a few Private scholarships that are available through outside, private sources. These private scholarships are very competitive though,…

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5 Fantastic Tax Benefits That Can Cut Your Cost Of College

College Tax Saving Tips

These Tax Benefits Can Cut Your Cost Of College! As the April 15th tax deadline approaches, there’s some good news for parents and students – the federal government provides a number of tax incentives that can help defray the cost of higher education. These tax incentives come in a couple of forms: Tax credits, which…

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Business Owners – Would You Like A Big College Funding Break!

  Business Owners – Would You Like A Big College Funding Break! Business owners are afforded more tax breaks than employees of corporations, and the financial aid system is no different. Under the Federal Deficit Reduction Act, the owner(s) of family-controlled businesses with 100, or fewer, employees can exclude their entire business assets when filing…

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Improve Your Financial Aid Package

Improve Your Financial Aid Package: Once the government calculates your family’s Expected Family Contribution (EFC), it will then be displayed on your Student Aid Report (SAR). And once the colleges receive their copy of your SAR, they may decide to do a verification (audit) of the financial information provided by your family. Verification is a…

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Out-Of-State Students Can Get In-State Tuition

Out-Of-State Students

  Out-Of-State Students Can Get In-State Tuition   One way to reduce the cost of higher education is to attend a public university. However, the student may face a huge “cost premium” if he or she does not qualify as a resident of the state where the public university is located. In the past, elaborate…

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The Rising Cost of College

Source: CollegeChoice.net Please learn more how Clark College Funding Inc. is helping families with reducing the cost of college!

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