It’s assuming they won’t get aid because they make ‘too much’ money. Therefore, they take no action and get nothing!
If you have an income under $250,000 per year, you MUST look into how to get need-based and merit-based aid now… before it’s too late in the game (a lot of aid is awarded on a first-come, first-served basis).
Tens of thousands of dollars in potential aid for your family are at stake. (In fact, $19,075 is the average financial aid package that families who work with me received last year.)
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(It’s important to recognize that individual circumstances and efforts can significantly impact outcomes. Engagement and commitment from both the family and student are indeed crucial factors in achieving positive results. The advice and direction provided by CPN (College Planning Network) and CPF (College Planning Fresno) can serve as valuable guidance, but ultimately, it’s up to the individuals involved to actively participate and implement the recommendations effectively.)