Calculate your EFC:

Determining your families Expected Family Contribution (EFC) before you apply for the FAFSA can help you figure out what you might need to do to get more financial aid. If you find that the EFC is higher than you expected, you might want to speak with your CPA to see if there is a way to move funds around that benefits your finances, but also helps your child be more eligible for financial aid. As we all know, many of us have a little bit of money for retirement, too much for financial aid grants, but not nearly enough to pay for our kids’ college. Use this tools and let’s see what we might be able to do!



About Nathan and Joanna Cornett

We are a from San Diego California, currently on a mission trip in Guatemala. Nathan has worked as a youth pastor, teen center director, college advisor, and now missionary. Joanna has worked at LaBahn's Landscape for 7 years in the field, sales, and as the Vice President, she started the Hispanic ministry at Foothills Church, and has worked in youth ministry, she is now working as a missionary. We are both passionate about youth, worship, and missions.

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