Every student should submit a Free Application For Student Aid (FAFSA). Family wealth is only one factor used to determine eligibility for Federal student aid via the FAFSA program. Furthermore, eligibility for state and institutional aid is also typically based on your teen’s FAFSA information. This means that even if your family’s well-off, your student should still submit a FAFSA. Our sister site, SageVest Kids, provides an overview of the FAFSA program.
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