Finding the right college-from filling out applications to getting accepted-should be one of the most thrilling times of your life. But it won't be if you're still figuring out how to pay for it come Labor Day. Whether you're a graduating high-school senior, a parent making financial investments for your child's future, or an adult returning to school, The Everything Paying for College Book is a valuable resource that provides the information you need to face the challenge of college tuition. With appendices listing organizations and other resources, you'll find smart ways to save and find extra cash for books and class. The Everything Paying for College Book helps you learn about: The difference between loans and grants Conditional cash Options for long-term investing When and how to fill out the forms Qualification guidelines Whom you should approach for money Easily accessible and highly informative, The Everything Paying for College Book takes the mystery out of myriad money sources, where to find grants and loans, and how to fill out the endless paper trail of forms so that you can spend less time thinking about your finances and more time hitting the books!Thata#39;s right, a aquot;preapprovedaquot; credit card, with aquot;magicaquot; credit. Be warned. Cards like this are mailed out by the hundreds of thousands each year to first-year college students. These students have no credit, and therefore do not have aquot;badaquot; credit.
|Title||:||The Everything Paying For College Book|
|Author||:||Nathan Brown, Sheryle A. Proper|
|Publisher||:||Adams Media - 2005-02-01|