IDFA Online Learning
Optimizing College Financial Aid in a Divorce
Recorded On: 05/15/2018
Don't miss IDFA National Conference speaker Sandy Voit as he provides a quick and basic understanding of how federal financial aid is determined with the criteria that impacts two household families, taking into account the 2018 Tax Reform Act. Sandy will also provide strategies to enhance financial aid awards--both by structuring settlement agreements, as well as through greater knowledge of how the system works.
Sandy Voit, CDFA®, and Licensed Mental Health Counselor, specializes in personal finance counseling, helping self-employed professionals set up their business, and supports divorcing couples seeking to attain a successful, fair and equitable financial settlement.
Sandy earned a Master of Science degree in Counseling and Personnel Services from the University at Albany. After a career in higher education administration for 27 years at five universities (including Director of Financial Aid and Dean of Students at Bastyr University), he served as executive director at a large synagogue in Seattle before establishing a financial counseling private practice in 2006, and becoming a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® professional in 2007.