Allie Grace Garnett

Allie Grace Garnett

Allie Grace Garnett is a professional researcher and freelance writer with a background in finance and entrepreneurship. Ms. Garnett served as the Vice President of Marketing and Strategic Partnerships for the start-up Rentricity, and additionally founded a nonprofit organization (YAVA) that encourages volunteerism among college students. Ms. Garnett holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Harvard Business School and a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering degree from Northeastern University.

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What Happens if I'm Denied for a Parent PLUS Loan?

If you apply for a Parent PLUS Loan and are denied, you may be wondering what your alternatives are for financing your c...

How will Student Loans Impact My Taxes?

If you have student loans, then you may be wondering how they will affect you at tax time.  The good news is that you ca...

Are there Estate Tax Benefits for 529 Plans?

If you are considering establishing a 529 college savings plan to finance a child’s higher education, then you may be wo...

Can I Have 529 Plans from Multiple States?

If you are evaluating 529 college savings plans to save money for a child’s higher education, then you may be wondering ...

How is Income Treated on the FAFSA?

If you are applying for financial aid to pay for a college education, then you may be wondering how your family’s income...

How Would Capital Gains Impact My Financial Aid?

If you are considering selling financial assets, such as stocks, bonds, or mutual funds, to pay for a college education,...

What is an UGMA Account?

You may have heard the acronym “UGMA” in reference to saving for a child’s college education, but what does it mean?  Mo...

What is an UTMA?

You may have heard the acronym “UTMA” in reference to saving for a child’s college education, but what does it mean?  Mo...

What is a Coverdell ESA?

If you want to save money for a child’s college education, then you may be wondering about Coverdell Education Savings A...

What Can I Spend My Merit Award On?

If you have received a merit scholarship, first of all: congratulations!  Now you may be wondering what exactly you can ...

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