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"How Will You Pay For College?"

Key Wealth Strategies

Saturday, March 17, 2018 from 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM (CDT)

"How Will You Pay For College?"

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How Will You Pay For College?

 

The Cost For a 4 Year College Education Can

Range Between $80,000 and $300,000.

 

The Cost For College is Rising at 7.5% A Year.

 

In 5 Years The Cost For A 4 Year

College Education,With

Inflation Added,Will Cost 

$105,000 To $401,000.

 

Funding For College Is Possible!  

We Will Show You How!

 

If yourStudent Plans On Attending 

A Four Year State College Or A 

Private University, You Must Attend

This Free Workshop!

            

Stop Searching! 

 

Come Learn The Insider Secrets And

StrategiesTo Send Your Child To Schools

You NeverThought You Could Afford!

 

Come Find All Of The College Preperation And

Funding Answers You Are Looking For ---

What To Do --- When To Do It ---And

How To Get The Most From Your Efforts!

 

 Be Sure to sign up to reserve your your seat as seeting for this workshop is limited.  All who pre-register will recieve our report,

"The Top Ten Pitfalls To College Funding!"

Have questions about "How Will You Pay For College?"? Contact Key Wealth Strategies

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Harris County Library, Atascocita Branch
19520 Pinehurst Trail Dr
Humble, TX 77346

Saturday, March 17, 2018 from 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM (CDT)


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Organizer

Key Wealth Strategies

Marty McCain has been in the Financial Services industry for over 20 years. He is a Certified College Advisor and has been recognized by his clients and peers for his unique expertise in Late Stage College Funding. Late stage refers to the period of time starting when our children begin High School. That's when most parents realize that they do not have enough money to pay for their child's college education.

Five years ago Marty's first of six children began college.  The first daughter just graduated from college and he has two sons and one dauhgter currently in college.  His two youngest children are currently attending High School in the Humble ISD. If nothing else, this should tell you something about his intense interest in late stage college funding.  

Marty is on a mission to share this crucial information with as many families as he can. He says, "when you learn how to play by the rules, most students can attend the college of their choice, not just the college they believe they can afford!"

 

 

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