College Planning

Dear Family Member

Your child’s college tuition may be the biggest single expense your family will ever incur, next to purchasing a house.

College education costs these days range from $12,000 to $30,000 annually at a state college and $25,000 to $60,000 annually at a private college. When considering inflation that’s $60,000 to over $300,000 for a 4-year education.

How can your family meet this obligation? Some families are spending their life and retirement savings to pay for their child’s education. Other families are taking out a home equity loan also which puts huge burdens on their family budgets and causes a lot of stress in their lives.

I can provide you with the right solutions for these challenges and more.

“I had no idea how ignorant I was about all of this until you took the time to walk me through it.”
Frank C. (Parent)

Here’s the Good News folks!
Your child can potentially receive a far better education at a distinguished, expensive private college at about the same education cost of a state college and in some cases for even less. The total amounts of financial aid differ from college to college.

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Scott Plamondon