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This week, we chatted with Wells Fargo about ways students and parents can get financially prepared for college. The #CreditChat panel included: Gigi Dixon – Head of National Partnerships for Wells Fargo, Jason Vasquez – Consumer Lending Group Corporate Communications for Wells Fargo, Liz Weston, Author and Personal Finance Columnist at Reuters, Erin Lowry, Founder of Broke Millennial and Writer at Magnify Money, and Mike Delgado – Social Media Community Manager at Experian.
If you have ideas for future topics and guests, please tweet @MikeDelgado.
Anyone who wants to go to college can afford it if they put their mind to finding money to do it. @FacingFinances
A BIG mistake parents make is thinking they won’t qualify for financial aid because they make too much. Fill out the FAFSA! @JasonVasquezWF
Scholarships are for every type of student and should be near the top of the list when deciding how to pay for college. @JasonVasquezWF
Living at home eliminates all the associated costs of dorm (or off-campus apartment) living. @RAHomes
Your college guidance counselor can be a valued resource when it comes to exploring the available options for financing an education. – Gigi Dixon
Get College Ready– Wells Fargo
College Steps: Set Yourself Up for Success– Wells Fargo
Tuition Funding Sources
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)– Deadline June 30th, 2015
Compare Student Loans– Magnify Money
How Erin Lowry (Broke Millennial) Avoided Student Loan Debt
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