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College Planning & Funding Seminar

Diversified College Funding Advisors

Tuesday, October 18, 2016 from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM (EDT)

College Planning & Funding Seminar
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9-20 @ Meredith Community Center, 1 Circle Dr., Meredith, NH
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Oct 18, 2016 Free  
10-18 @ Meredith Community Center, 1 Circle Dr., Meredith, NH   more info Oct 18, 2016 Free  

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FINANCIAL AID APPLICATIONS OPEN ON OCTOBER 1, 2016!!!

GET A HEAD START NOW AND TO ATTEND ONE OF OUR UPCOMING FREE INFORMATIONAL SEMINARS!

ARE YOU STRUGGLING WITH THE COMMON PROBLEMS OF COLLEGE PLANNING AND FUNDING???

#1 - The Rising Costs of College
College costs are out of control, are rising at 3 to 5 times the rate of inflation, and are expected to increase 7 – 8% every single year. Money Magazine recently reported that today’s college student can expect to graduate in 5.6 years due to lack of focus and career guidance.

#2 - The Complexity of the College Decision and Funding Process
The college planning and funding process is complex, often causing inaccuracies and delays in filing deadlines. Over 90% of parents do not understand the college funding process, what amount and type of aid is available, or how to receive what they may be eligible for. The entire process is naturally overwhelming, often creating undue stress for families and students alike! 

#3 - The Impact of Filing Admission and Financial Aid Applications Accurately and on Time
Most parents don’t begin to think about college funding until their student either begins their senior year or graduates high school, right before filing the FAFSA and too late to take advantage of strategies which could save them thousands of dollars from the first year of college had they been aware of them sooner. Because of problems 1 and 2, most parents have to refinance their homes and /or use retirement money to fund their children’s education.

The Wall Street Journal recently reported that particular asset placement strategies utilized are critical. *When it comes to financial aid for college, it isn’t just about how much money you have. It’s about where that money is.” Many parents need a strategy to reallocate any funds saved in 529 plans in time to legally exclude them from the current financial aid formulas or understand when best to utilize the funds.

THE SOLUTIONS

The solution is to Develop a Comprehensive Plan that addresses each of these challenges, AND implement those plans effectively AND as early in the student's school years as possible!

REGISTER NOW TO ATTEND THIS FREE INFORMATIONAL SEMINAR

You will have the opportunity to understand why it is critical to gather all the information now to help make the life-changing decisions which will have an impact during the student’s college years and beyond graduation.

Join other parents dedicated to their student's success and come discover how to -

  • gain control over spiraling college costs by organizing the information to efficiently plan for and prepare all financial aid applications,

  • obtain guidance in the selection of colleges that offer the best education utilizing the most financial assistance,

  • access critical college application, selection, and financial aid criteria all in one place,

  • leverage student's special competencies and prepare for college admissions tests, manage the overwhelming responsibilities that attending college involves, and help student stay focused and organized to complete school within the degree years,

  • stay up to date with all of the deadlines and regulations about the financial aid process,

  • understand how tax codes, asset allocation, and negotiation techniques impact college financial aid packages, and analyze the family's ability to maximize financial aid and minimize Expected Family Contribution (EFC), the fundamental key to all financial aid decisions.

 

Who needs this critical information:  
Parents and students who want to 

 

  • realize their dream of sending their children to the appropriate college they desire, not one they settle for because they think they can't afford anything better!
  • access critical college admission and selection criteria, pertinent financial aid information and various applications requirements which will impact life changing decisions during college years and beyond graduation.

  • learn about a valuable test preparation program to help students improve their academic study skills and scores.

 

(Select from the dates & venues listed, or call us 
to arrange a personal complimentary consultation.)

 

 

Have questions about College Planning & Funding Seminar? Contact Diversified College Funding Advisors

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Meredith Community Center
1 Circle Drive
Meredith, New Hampshire

Tuesday, October 18, 2016 from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM (EDT)


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Diversified College Funding Advisors

Diversified College Funding Advisors (DCFA) is a College Planning Service (CPS) which provides planning and funding services to parents and students to assure them maximum financial aid awards with minimum Estimated Family Contribution (EFC). Utilizing our strategies and programs, thousands of parents have saved countless hours and dollars in the planning and funding of their children's education.

The reputation of a CPS is only as good as its credentials and proven results of its services. Our CPS support office is one of the oldest and largest in the country and was designated by the designated by the US Department of Education (DOE) as a “Needs Analysis Servicer" (NAS) in 1994, and the only one working with financial professionals to ever be awarded the NAS recognition. Our partner, Kaplan Test Prep, s division of Kaplan, Inc., is the leading provider of test preparation and admissions services helping students improve their SAT / ACT scores to position them for better opportunities with colleges of their choice.

 

Our DCFA President is a former CPA, former adjunct college professor and high school teacher who also provides guidance to families looking to utilize the tax codes to better prepare for planning during and after college years.

DCFA offers a No-cost, no-obligation discovery consultation with a money back guarantee of program fee. (certain time restrictions apply)

Contact us at Events@DiversifiedCollegeFundingAdvisors.com to register for upcoming seminars not yet published.

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