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Originally published October 26, 2007 at 12:00 AM | Page modified October 27, 2007 at 9:52 AM


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Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board, Tailor-made for Washington residents: a directory of state-sponsored financial-aid programs.

Guaranteed Education Tuition (GET) program, Everything you ever wanted to know about Washington state's own prepaid-tuition program.

College Savings Plans Network,

Skinny on state-sponsored college-savings plans throughout the U.S.

SimpleTuition, Online tools to help calculate your best student-loan options.


Green Tree Gazette, Features a robust loan-comparison tool.

National Institute of Certified College Planners,

FinAid, The SmartStudent Guide to Financial Aid, One-stop shop full of financial-aid FAQs, calculators, aid-application guidance and scholarship search. "Ask the Aid Adviser" feature offers personalized help from a financial-aid professional.

National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators, User-friendly summary of state savings plans, guide to federal tax benefits for tuition and fees, and more.

Funding Your Education, By U.S. Department of Education; features free Guide to Federal Student Aid in English and Spanish; link to Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Useful website for 529 plans; has a search engine for financial advisors specializing in college planning.

Financial Planning Association, Has a search feature for locating a certified financial planner, as well as a service that offers free personalized help from a financial advisor.

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