Having a smart and affordable strategy for college financial aid is critical to starting off on the right financial foot upon graduation and the start of your life. Getting it wrong can mean living with crushing student loan debt. The first step in this process is the completion and submission to the U.S. Department of Education their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (or FAFSA) form.
This can be a daunting task for those doing it for the first time (or even those doing it again). So with the 2019-2020 form having just been released on October 1, I wanted to discuss, in this episode of the podcast, some guidance and tips on how to handle the submission of the form. Hopefully, this will assist you in eliminating mistakes and doing it right the first time!
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Increasing income is key to maintaining financial freedom. It not only allows you to pay living expenses that are increasing with inflation, but it also makes saving for retirement and special life events like vacations that much easier. But sometimes the only way to get a raise is to ask, which is never easy to do.
That’s why in this episode of the podcast I wanted to talk about some tips and strategies to help you be more effective in making the ask. What do you need to do to prepare and execute a plan to get a raise and be paid what you are worth?