FAFSA season has just started and I’ve already met lots of new and interesting clients! I’m noticing that most of my clients are facing unique challenges but yet all share something in common. They all ask:
“My situation is so unusual! How do I fill out the financial aid forms when my income from 2018 isn’t accurate based on my circumstances?!?”
I have worked with people who are divorced, some just recently.
I have worked with people who are widowed.
I have worked with people who are separated but not yet divorced.
I have worked with people who are separated and plan to stay that way.
I have worked with people that have recently lost their jobs.
I have worked with people facing illness.
I have worked with people with very little income as well as those who are quite affluent (though they might not think so.)
I have worked with small business owners, those who work for others, and those who are not employed or employable.
Everyone’s situation is unique. Everyone deserves the time, the attention and the insight to help provide their children with a college education.
I’m so glad that I’m here to help…
Vicki Vollweiler, is the founder of College Financial Prep, located in Plainview, NY. She can be reached at 516-225-5224 or through College Financial Prep's Facebook page. In addition to Vicki having her MBA, she is also a Certified Divorce Coach and the parent to two wonderful children, one of whom is currently a junior in college. More information about College Financial Prep can be found at www.CollegeFinancialPrep.com.