A higher education without falling deep in debt. With the lack of financial aid, grants, and scholarships available today due to the economic climate, parents and students need serious help in finding ways to pay for college. Savings plans and resources have disappeared. Loans seem impossible to pay off. That's where The Complete Idiot's Guide(r) to Paying for College steps in. It helps develop an action plan for people to budget and pay for college right now, and if necessary, strategize repayment after graduation. It also explains how to: *Find ways to lower the cost of tuition and room and board *Find honest-to-goodness free money *Discover more affordable options like college credit for military service, peer-to-peer lending, or attending nontraditional colleges and universities
Clark, Ken, CFP.
The complete idiot's guide to paying for college
New York : Alpha, c2010.
xiv, 337 p. ;,23 cm.
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by Ken Clark
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Education, Higher United States Finance.
Student aid United States.
College costs United States.