College financial planning expert Ann Garcia, CFP, shares strategies on how to maximize financial aid for college in her book “How to Pay for College.”
Teaching your kids about money and financial independence (HYW080)
Doug Nordman & Carol Pittner, father and daughter co-authors, share how to teach your kids to achieve next-generation financial independence.
College student financial aid changes coming to the FAFSA application (HYW079)
Ann Garcia, aka The College Financial Lady, explains upcoming rules that will bring significant changes to the federal student financial aid process.
Financial literacy for kids: how to teach your kids about money (HYW077)
Author Robin Taub explains how to instill financial literacy in kids. We discuss strategies, role modeling, & techniques for teaching your kids about money.
College financial aid tips and strategies, with Ann Garcia (HYW053)
College financial aid advisor Ann Garcia explains how financial aid works, different types of aid available, and strategies for maximizing financial aid.
How to get into the best colleges in America, with Shirag Shemmassian (HYW052)
College admissions expert Shirag Shemmassian explains the mindsets and accomplishments you need to win admission to elite colleges (Ivy League, top 10).
How to attend any college for free, with Shirag Shemmassian, PhD (HYW039)
College admissions expert Shirag Shemmassian (who won >$200k scholarships) shares exact tips & tactics for winning scholarships to attend college for free.
529 college savings plans: rules, tax benefits, & qualified expenses (HYW026)
Ann Garcia, a CFP who specializes in and blogs about college financial planning, explains how 529 college savings plans can help you boost college savings.
College financial aid strategies to optimize your assets, income & EFC (HYW025)
College financial planning consultant and CPA Paula Bishop shares financial aid insights and strategies to help families make college more affordable.
How to make sure the cost of college doesn’t ruin your kid’s future (updated for 2023)
A framework to make sure college doesn’t drown your kid in debt for life AND your kid gets educational value useful for their career.