Sandy's webinar provides in depth discussion of the following:
- A basic understanding of how federal financial aid is determined.
- Discuss some significant changes to FAFSA in the past two years. (Spoiler alert - a big change is in store for this year!)
- Challenges of divorce on finances for education.
- Clarify who fills out the application(s), and the criteria considered to determine which parent in a divorce would be best to optimize financial aid for their child(ren)
- Suggest strategies to enhance/maximize financial aid awards, especially in settlement agreements.
- Strategies beyond financial aid,
- Strategy to determine order of using what sources to pay for college.
- High net worth issues
- Words of Wisdom
- 529 plans - who should be custodian and beware of grandparent plans
- Danger factors
- Beware - States may have different standards for post-secondary support awards
- Federal education tax benefits
Looking forward to having you listen in!
Cheryl S Glazer, MST
Association of Divorce Financial Planners, President
About our Speaker
Sandy Voit, MS, EdS., LMHC & CDFA, has worked at five colleges and universities in higher education administration over 27 years, including as Director of Financial Aid. He became a divorce financial planner in 2007. Since then, he has worked on more than 350 divorces, putting in use insider insight to guide many divorcing families through the complications of managing college costs and access to financial aid availability.
In Order to Receive CEs
- View the webinar - there's audio AND visual.
- Complete the quiz.
- Complete the evaluation.