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The FAFSA & College Financing If this is new to you, FAFSA, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid is a form for prospective college students that should be completed every year.  The point of the application is to determine your Expected Family Contribution (EFC). The lower the EFC number, the more financial support you [...]
On May 17, rebel Financial’s president, Phil Ratcliff gave a quarterly update on how we create client portfolios. He covered three topics: making smart investments, economics, and behavioral trends. Phil shares how rebel Financial is doing in each of these areas as the company continues serving their clients in the best way possible. Investments Investing [...]

Luck or Skill? There’s an ancient question in the investment markets, which is affecting the marketplace in a variety of ways: is an active manager’s investment performance the result of luck or skill? The layperson’s answer would be obvious: anybody who has expertise and works hard at something should, eventually, produce results superior to what […]