Do you know how much you’re required to pay for college? Receive a free college money report now.

Our free college money report provides you with the important information on what college and universities think you can afford versus what you can actually afford. Downloading the money report is the key first step in making an informed college choice-helping your family look for colleges that you can afford.

Brent and Easton
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I'm considering using a second mortgage to pay for college
We have money saved, but need to understand how to maximize our options
My student will need to pay for part of their college plan

What do I get with the free college money report?

The free College Money Report provides you with the important information on what college and universities think you can afford versus what you can actually afford.

  • Federal Expected Family Contribution
  • Institutional Expected Family Contribution
  • Consensus Expected Family Contribution
  • Find out if you qualify for Grants and/or Scholarships
  • Side-by-side comparison of favorite schools
  • Free 15-Minute call to review the report.

This is the key first step in making an informed college choice.  Helping your family look for colleges that you can afford.

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Me and my son Easton upon graduation from Central Michigan University

If you’ve ever sent a child off to college or are going to in the next couple of years, you probably have thought to yourself, “Wow, where did all the time go?” The time goes by fast and the opportunity to save for college is fleeting.  Not to mention, in the early years of parenthood there are other savings priorities.  Saving for a home, paying off your student debt, saving for retirement is usually higher on the priority list than saving for college.  The years go by and now you are trying to figure out how you are going to pay for college.

The decision on where to send your child is often made before fully understanding the true cost of the school and having a plan to pay for it. Unfortunately, most families end up filling this substantial gap with both student and parent loans, which can have a negative impact on the family years into the future.

Believe me I understand, I’ve been there…

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