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College Planning Seminar - Sending Your Child To College Without Going Broke!
Chuck Drawbaugh, a leading college speaker and advocate will discuss such topics as how to send your kids to the school of their dreams without going broke; how to increase your eligibility for aid; and separating fact from fiction on financial aid.
By: Pasch Consulting Group
You can signup online at: http://www.collegefundingassociates.com/
The speaker will be Chuck Drawbaugh, a leading college speaker and consumer advocate. He will be discussing such topics as how to send your kids to the school of their dreams without going broke; how to increase your eligibility for aid; and most importantly, separating fact from fiction regarding the overwhelming process of applying for financial aid.
Additional topics to be included:
• How to pay for college with less money out of your pocket.
• How to send your child to a private school for less than the cost of a public or state school.
• How to pick the colleges that will give you the most amount of money.
• The one mistake every parent makes when applying for scholarships.
• Strategies to be able to afford the school of your dreams.
• A calendar of college events - what to do right now if your child is in high school.
• Paying your portion on a tax favored basis.
The seminar will begin at 7:00 p.m. and will last two hours. Admission is free but seating is limited by the size of the room so please call (732) 224-1496 to reserve your seats now.
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About College Funding Associates: Paying for a child’s college education can be a profound financial challenge. Having to send two, or even three, children within a few years of each other to college for an annual cost of $15,000 and up per child can make parents’ heads spin. However, Chuck Drawbaugh, an insurance and investment planner and college funding expert, offers helpful hints for parents to keep their children’s college education affordable in his free seminars.