DH and I are trying to get DD into a private school. We applied for tuition assistance and this was included in the paperwork. My question: Who making that amount of money needs to apply for tuition assistance?
On another note. Wish us well that we'll get in. DH is alumni of the school and it would be wonderful if she can go. We visit the school next week and we'll know if we get financial assistance in 30 days.
Asked by keisha613 at 1:32 PM on Apr. 26, 2013 inLevel 26 (26,906 Credits)
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Answer by hotelmom123 at 1:42 PM on Apr. 26, 2013
Someone who is mortgaged up the Yin Yang & has a lot of debt. Even if it appears someone is loaded, they usually have a bigger nut to crack monthly. Obviously they aren't going to get tuition assistance. But, in this economy, many hard working family's are sitting in homes that are worth less than what they paid & cannot even get a mortgage loan to help pay for their Child's College. So in this economy it is better to have nothing so you can get assistance instead of having worked hard for many years & built up your home equity anticipating that it would be worth substantially more in a number of years only to realize that you are Fu*ked & can not get any help what so ever. So your kid cannot get assistance & you can't sell your home because your Mortgage is higher than what it is worth now.
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