There are many financial Strategies that can help you fund college expenses without raiding your retirement fund. Strategies such as:
- EFC strategies – minimize your EFC and maximize your financial aid eligibility
- Loan strategies – reduce your education debt so as not to jeopardize your current budget, your credit rating, or your retirement funding
- Tax strategies – increase your potential tax savings that can be converted to funding college costs
- Cash Flow strategies – find potential areas of cash flow improvement in your investments, health costs, insurance costs, mortgage costs, and current living expenses – all which can be used to help fund college costs
- Investment strategies – uncover “hidden costs” that can be converted to real dollars used to help fund college costs
Have you seriously thought about how you plan to pay your tuition bill? If you don’t qualify for Financial Aid, will you need to go into considerable debt, or even raid your retirement fund, to cover college expenses? Do you really have the time to try to figure out all this for yourself?
Don’t wait until the last minute to find out if you qualify for financial aid. Waiting could cost you dearly. Give me a call ASAP! I can help, but time is definitely running out!
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