Financial aid for college varies from school to school, family to family, and even student to student within the same family. With price tags at some schools exceeding $60,000 a year, how is a parent to make sense of it all?
To help families educate themselves on financial aid and other ways to pay less for college, I created My Favorite College Planning Tools and Resources. You can download it here for free. Look for it on the right-hand side of your screen. (Hint: it’s blue and it says My Favorite College Planning Tools and Resources.)
If you are a parent trying to bridge the gap between paying for college today and saving for retirement tomorrow, or if you are a grandparent who wants to help your grandkids pay less for college, this free resource guide is for you.
In it you will learn…
- How to determine the net price of the colleges you are considering
- Which government website is the go-to resource for federal financial aid
- The must-read blogs and websites for the latest in college planning strategies
- The one IRS publication that explains how to save thousands of dollars in taxes when you pay for college
- The single best resource designed specifically for Minnesota parents who have kids who want to go to college. (By the way, it’s also a great resource for parents who are not Minnesota residents)
- And more
Here’s what others are saying about My Favorite College Planning Tools and Resources…
- Actually, testimonials are prohibited in my business (believe it or not), so I never bothered to ask anyone, but I hope if I did, they might say nice things…even if it’s just about the graphic design of the cover.
I have cultivated My Favorite College Planning Tools and Resource over a period of years. Some of these resources you may be familiar with, but many will be new to you and you won’t find them in a typical Google search for college planning or financial aid.
I believe this guide could save you thousands of dollars and countless hours as you do your college planning research. Download it today!