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Jeff revealed the truth about beating the high cost of college financing; his unheard of strategies are saving families thousands of dollars
Southfield, MI-Jeffrey Taylor is known to many parents as "Your Money Coach." He offers free online seminars, offering tips to parents financing their children's college education. "I attended his seminar and I wish this was available to me when I was paying for my daughter's education," said Mark Maupin of Right Now Marketing Group. "I'm amazed at Jeff's knowledge and advice on getting the most from financial aid."
According to education financing expert, Jeffrey Taylor, many parents make costly mistakes when planning their child's future. They just don't realize how much it will take for their future education and they do not account for the cost which is increasing much quicker than the rate of inflation. Jeff showed parents how to double or even triple their eligibility for financial aid and how to position their assets to maximize the aid they'll get. "Not one in a thousand financial advisors can do this!" Jeff says. Parents learned how some middle-class and upper-class parents pay close to nothing for their children's college education and how their children attend expensive private universities for less than the cost of state schools.
Jeff explained how important picking the right school is, considering financial planning as well as the quality of education they have to offer. Some colleges offer better financial aid programs than others, lowering out-of-pocket costs and maximizing the amount of money received in financial aid. He explained how to fill out the complicated financial aid forms accurately and timely. "Over 90% of parents fail to fill out these forms properly; they get much less money than what they would be entitled to," Taylor explains.
This seminar provided insightful, straightforward facts parents need to know to receive the most money possible to combat the astronomical college expenses. For details on the next event visit http://www.tuitionrx.com and sign up for a free membership to receive newsletters and a free electronic book (ebook) loaded with valuable tips.
The mission of the Tuition Rx Financial Education Association and its member advisors is to educate the general public on the opportunities and the pitfalls that face families planning to finance college. The subject of student financial aid is covered profusely in the media, but little is discussed about how to pay off college debt assumed by the parents. The association's non-profit status allows member advisors to provide free workshops to their local communities on the subject of using cash flow and cost containment strategies as an alternative to college debt.
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