If Someone Told You There was a Better Way to Plan for Your Student’s College Education, Would You Do It? Yes, of course! But, if you ask parents of college-bound students what their plan is for navigating the college process you’ll usually hear, “We have no plan” or “We’re trying to figure it out.”
As parents we are stretched in many directions. And as “College” approaches some of us try to become knowledgeable in college-planning as well as spending time with our families, doing a good job at work and being active in our churches. Our lives are busy and sometimes chaotic so do you really want to take on this additional burden of college-planning?
You’re About to Learn “Inside Information” that
most College-bound Students and their Parents
May Never Hear About….
You must first understand that college is not only essential and expensive, but it’s also a business. For example, colleges will offer admission to three times as many students as they need. Why? Because, colleges know that only one-third of those students will attend and they want their seats full.
Here are some other things to consider:
Are you like many parents who are overwhelmed by the rules, regulations and formulas set by the Department of Education relative to college funding?
Did you know that asking a college financial aid officer to help you get more money is like asking the IRS to help you save on taxes?
Did you know that if your child receives a scholarship it may decrease the amount of financial aid a college offers your child?
Would you like to know more about getting everything done and feeling comfortable that you hired the right professional to do it?
Life is too short to try to also become a college-planner for your child. And if you make a mistake you might be costing your family thousands of dollars in financial aid that you would have been entitled to if you had only done the right thing. Take advantage of contacting us today to get started.