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[Video] Applying for Financial Aid when Parents are Divorced


Written by College Coach Guest Authoron December 4th, 2019

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Applying for financial aid when parents are divorced, unmarried, or remarried can get complicated. In this installment of the College Coach video series, We Can Explain, former financial aid officer Shannon Vasconcelos provides a basic understanding of how income and assets are considered in the FAFSA and CSS Profile. Don’t forget to subscribe to the Bright Horizons College Coach YouTube Channel to keep up-to-date on all the latest college planning tips from our college admissions and finance experts. the best way to pay for college


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