Quick Calculator to Determine College Financial Aid

Do you have a son or daughter in college or going to college in the near future?

Before ruling out a more expensive college based on its cost, your son or daughter may qualify for financial aid. If so, you'll need to be prepared to ante up some money to the selected college, but how much?

Here's a public/private college Calculator from Kiplinger that takes only a short time to complete. All calculations are based on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and formulas the government uses to determine financial need.

Are you interested in experimenting with other online calculators? Whether you're looking for home financing, lease, personal finance, investment, or retirement calculators, AccountingWEB's calculator selection is sure to have something you need.

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