As a financial advisor, I hear my Clients say all the time; " oh he or she is getting big so fast".
So, how do you get there? What's the strategy? How about costs, expenses loans, grants?
Our COLLEGE PLANNING GUIDE is a 6 Chapter plan for financial success Chapter 1- Looking Ahead Chapter 2- Getting there Chapter 3 Maneuvering The Financial aid Maze Chapter 4- Loan Solutions Chapter 5 Tax Planning Chapter 6 Advanced Strategies
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Investing In Your Child's Future
Chapter 1- Looking Ahead- The Professors view
So you want to prepare for College? Let's start with the " first step" in a Bigger College Plan Can you pay for your College Expenses? What are College Expenses? *Room & Board, Supplies, Tuition, Activity Fees, Food, Transportation, Books! That's just a few!. And remember, based on when you or the child is starting College, you must factor in : inflation and taxes. Currently a 2 Year Public School, all expenses included is: $15k, a private University, $25k. Now, after looking ahead, how do you solve your " college cost" problem?
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TurboTax can help you take advantage of tax breaks to ease the financial burden of sending kids to college, including tax credits, tuition deductions, tax-free savings and more. The most generous tax breaks for college costs are the American Opportunity Tax Credit and Lifetime Learning Credit, which offset your tax bill dollar-for-dollar compared to a tax deduction that merely reduces the amount of income subject to tax.
When getting a degree is seen as a moral obligation, families will spend whatever it takes. By Dr. Zaloom is an anthropologist. Everyone knows that higher education is expensive. The average annual price tag for attending a private, four-year American college is now around $50,000.
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