#041: How to File the FAFSA if Your Parents are Divorced or Separated | Alex Driscoll & Mike Rossman

#041: How to File the FAFSA if Your Parents are Divorced or ...

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Statistically, children of divorce are less likely to attend college. Further, they’re less likely to receive financial support from their parents for college. To pay for college, most young people apply for government aid by filling out the FAFSA. But if your parents are separated, divorced, or remarried, the process can seem confusing. Today, we speak with two experts to offer guidance on:How to answer certain FAFSA questions depending on your parents’ marriageMyths to watch out for Practical tips that are difficult to find on GoogleA video and infographic that’ll make the process simple for youWatch FAFSA videoView infographicBuy the Book: Degree Free Degree [affiliate link]Shownotes
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Statistically, children of divorce are less likely to attend college. Further, they’re less likely to receive financial support from their parents for college. To pay for college, most young people apply for government aid by filling out the FAFSA. But if your parents are separated, divorced, or remarried, the process can seem confusing. Today, we speak with two experts to offer guidance on:How to answer certain FAFSA questions depending on your parents’ marriageMyths to watch out for Practical tips that are difficult to find on GoogleA video and infographic that’ll make the process simple for youWatch FAFSA videoView infographicBuy the Book: Degree Free Degree [affiliate link]Shownotes
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