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Tips for Tackling Financial Aid

Tips for Tackling Financial Aid

Roman Polnar

Roman Polnar is the Founder and Managing Partner at Pillar6 Advisors LLC, a financial planning and wealth advisory firm focused on serving successful individuals and families with active lifestyles. Pillar6’s approach to goal setting, money coaching, and planning integrates the five pillars of personal finance, helping clients achieve success. Roman is also a Partner at Pillar6 College Planning, which helps students and families with financial aid preparation.

Currently, Roman is a Board Member and Chair of the Business Circle for Hebrew Free Loan of San Francisco. He has over two decades of experience in finances and has held previous roles at Robertson Stephens, Northwestern Mutual Financial Network, and Lenox Advisors.

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Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:

  • Roman Polnar discusses how the Hebrew Free Loan association got started
  • The challenges of college financial planning — and Pillar6 Advisors LLC’s resources to help you save
  • When should you start organizing finances for your college-bound kids?
  • Mistakes to avoid when filling out the FAFSA form
  • Where to find Pillar6’s financial guides and educational resources
  • Roman’s tips for business owners filling out the FAFSA

In this episode…

College tuition has increased dramatically over the years, rising above the cost of healthcare and making education unaffordable for many families. However, there are resources that can help you cut the cost of tuition and decrease the amount of student loan debt — no matter your salary.

Roman Polnar is dedicated to helping people get tuition aid and make smarter financial decisions. According to Roman, college tuition has gotten more expensive, but the financial aid forms haven’t gotten much easier. However, he’s got some advice on filling out the forms and preparing for college expenses. Since the FAFSA is on a first-come, first-served basis, you want to start the process early — but you never want to rush it. What other tips does Roman have to save money and get the most out of your financial aid?

In this episode of This is Concrete, Chad Gill talks with Roman Polnar, Founder and Managing Partner at Pillar6 Advisors LLC, to answer all of your financial aid questions. Roman shares tips for business owners (and others) filling out the FAFSA form, applying for need-based and merit-based financial aid, and avoiding common — but costly — mistakes. Plus, Roman provides plenty of resources to guide you through the financial aid process. You don’t want to miss it!

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