Dollars for Scholars

Want some tips on where to find scholarships and how to manage the application process?

I recently wrote two posts about it on a new personal financial website called Dimespring.

Dimespring is an interactive community with contributions from financial professionals as well as blogs by non-financial pros who write about their money struggles.  I was thrilled to have a link to one of my posts show up in an article by contributor Jane Bryant Quinn- “Do Only Suckers Save for College?”  I’m a longtime fan of hers.

Several NAPFA advisors like me will be posting from time to time.  My first two were on scholarships:

Where Does Scholarship Money Come From?  where you can read about where my son got his hands on $6k with a short application and a five minute interview, and

How Does the Scholarship Process Work? with tips you can pass on to your soon-to-be-in-college kids on simplifying the application process so they hunt down more cash.

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