Isn’t it ironic that you practically need a degree in College Funding
to help send a child to college these days?
Your kids take the ACT’s or the SAT’s, and you take the FAFSA. You can hope that you have the next Einstein
or Tiger Woods and the college recruiters will line up to offer free college to
your kids but just in case you don’t want your kids living in your basement
forever shouldn’t you work with someone
to make a backup plan? The cost of
tuition rapidly rising, the prospect of saving enough for college can seem
overwhelming. An SFC advisor can help you
to determine how much you need to save as well as how get the most from your
budget. Planning for higher education
requires more than just a savings goal and endless paperwork. We will -walk you through the steps to
prepare for college funding.
-Strategize tax efficient methods for making contributions
-Identify related expenses
-Explain how a college savings account affects federal student aid
-Discuss options if your child receives scholarships or decides not to
go to college
This is not a set it and forget it endeavor. College expenses, student aid, and financial
options are changing every year. Partner
with an SFC advisor to understand your options and help achieve your goals.