January 14, 2013

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Get College and Saving Advice with #WFCommunity #spon @Ask_WellsFargo

Not only does the New Year bring resolutions, but also college planning and prepping if you have a high school senior!   If you are new to the college scene, a seasoned pro, looking for advice, etc.  then you need to check out  the Wells Fargo Community.   The site is set up so you can get questions answered – and provide helpful information to others.  It is a great community of people from all over offering their perspectives, helpful tips, info and more!  You don’t need to be a Wells Fargo customer to participate. You don’t even need to join the community to browse and learn from discussions. But, if you want to post your own questions or answers, you’ll need to sign up.

I am seasoned at the entire college planning and prepping!  I have a 2 year degree as well as a four year Bachelor's degree.  Hubby has his Bachelors, Masters and Doctorate.  But it doesn't stop there, we are both employed in High Education as well.  Hubby is a Professor at a Private University and I work as a Financial Aid Advisor at a community college.  So we live and breathe education in our house!

  If you or someone you know is thinking about heading to college, then check out the Wells Fargo Community's site.  If you are even remotely thinking about college in the 13/14 year, now is the time to think about getting your taxes down.  Once your taxes are complete you can complete your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).  The application is completely free to file and you can list a number of schools you are thinking of!   Some colleges have early deadlines as well as state aid has deadlines!  So apply early!

If you’re uncertain about the process and need help with your financial aid forms, appeals, special circumstance letters and verification forms, call the school you are thinking of attending.  They will be glad to assist you in the process!   Afraid to ask questions, don't be!   You can find great help at the Wells Fargo Community's site from moderators to people just like you, going through the same process! 
Whether you are preparing for college, in college, or done with college and preparing to pay back your loan, your questions will be answered. The Wells Faro Community addresses topics such as: finding the right college, saving for college, choosing a major, and even life after college preparation.

For more information about the Wells Fargo Community, please visit Wells Fargo Community's site. I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective, and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own. #WFCommunity #spon


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