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The Top FIVE Skills Needed To Excel In College Today

As college funding professionals we are accustomed to sometimes being viewed strictly as experts in the financial bottom line of paying for college. That tends to go with the territory, although we will be the first to admit that we have a lot more to offer than

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Why Wealthy Families Should Apply for Aid – from the WSJ

Wall Street Journal: "Why Wealthy Families Should Apply for Financial Aid" ​ Great piece from the Journal last week about why category 3 families should always apply for financial aid. They list 5 reasons (all of which we agree with)... #1. To demonstrate your ability to pay

Real-world Strategies to Help You Negotiate a Better College Deal for Your Child

What YOU can do to Lower the price of college… The more you know about the processes related to college admissions and financial aid issues, the better prepared you will be to manage the experience to the benefit of their child and their financial bottom line. A

Early Action and Early Decision Applications Basics (Info for Seniors)

Your college-bound child has the option of applying early to schools who accept Early Action and Early Decision applications. If you and your child are very certain he/she wishes to attend one specific school above all others, these are very important deadlines that College Tuition Advisor’s partners,

Just how to Write and Deliver a Presentation Which Will Get Consumers to You

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Retirement Money “OR” College Funding?

There are times where I am counseling a family on getting their child through college and I find that the parents have not given adequate attention to their retirement and monthly cash flow needs.  Frequently I see money originally intended for retirement being redirected to help fund

College Planning Timeline

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Three Top Application and Financial Strategies For Convincing Colleges to Grant YOUR Student More Money!

1) Apply Broadly Enough — But Without a “Shotgun” Approach   The actual college application process is that next big step and one that can be a hurdle for many. Narrowing down colleges can be difficult for some and it is hard to how many colleges are