The Most Expensive Mistake in the College Funding Process

Do you know what the costliest mistake parents make in the College Funding process is?

It’s assuming they won’t get aid because they make ‘too much’ money. Therefore, they take no action and get nothing.

If you have an income under $250,000 per year, you must look into how to get need-based and merit-based aid now, before it’s too late in the game (a lot of aid is awarded on a first-come, first-served basis).

Tens of thousands of dollars in potential aid for your family are at stake. In fact, $19,075 is the average financial aid package that families who work with me received last year.

Can you really afford to pass up this opportunity?

For most families, the answer is an easy “No.” That’s why it’s important to review your financial plan long before applying to college.

Set up a free consultation with me to learn more.

Here’s everything you’ll learn during your free analysis –

  • What can be done to lower your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) and overall college costs, while maximizing your eligibility for financial aid.
  • Specific strategies you can take advantage of to help increase your child's chances of getting accepted into the colleges they're most interested in.
  • A snapshot of your current college funding situation, including an expert estimate on how much your situation could improve, by incorporating applicable college admissions and financial aid strategies.
  • How your child can attend an expensive private college for less than the cost of a state school.
  • Plus answers to many more questions you may have.                         

There is no obligation to buy or do anything more during this free analysis other than to get insider information on how your family can reduce the cost of college for your child. Schedule your free consultation today!