The FAFSA Simplification Act will make sweeping changes to an already confusing and complex process for determining the federal aid students qualify for. The formulas for calculating a family’s Expected Family Contribution (“EFC”) will change. And the EFC amount will be renamed the Student Aid Index.
If you advise clients on college planning, I recommend you join college planning expert Joe Messinger to learn:
- Learn how the FAFSA Simplification Act will impact college students and their families
- How to project a family’s financial aid and out of pocket cost at individual institutions
The key differences in the federal and institutional formulas used to determine a family’s need-based financial aid eligibility
Learn what Joe’s team is hearing from inside financial aid offices across the country
Income and asset strategies to maximize financial aid offers
*CE/CPE Eligible: 1 CE credits are available to subscribers with these designations: CFP, CLU, ChFC and RICP. CPA subscribers will earn 1 CPE credits.
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for this session.
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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