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College costs are generally increasing at a faster rate than general inflation. 
Source: College Board, 2017

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Attend this seminar and learn about:
  • How to navigate the confusion caused by the recent FAFSA deadline changes

  • How the U.S. Department of Education calculates your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) and which assets are taken into consideration

  • How to lower your “out-of-pocket” costs and get the maximum amount of financial aid from each school

  • How to increase your college-related tax deductions and tax credits

  • How families are reducing the cost of college in the current economy 

 

Why you should attend this seminar: 

One financial goal that most parents share is a college education for their children. Yet with college costs increasing at a faster rate than general inflation, saving for college can be a daunting task.

 

You can, however, pursue this important financial goal by establishing a college fund and taking action today. Starting now, rather than later, can help ensure that you are financially prepared when your child is ready for college.

Join us at the [Venue Name] for an informational seminar covering College Planning strategies on [Date from Time-Frame]. 

When you attend the workshop, you will receive a full-color, 20-page workbook on college funding. This resource contains essential information, exercises and questions that are designed to help you make sound decisions about saving for a college education. Perhaps best of all, you’ll be eligible for a complimentary consultation.