Now that you’re in, how the heck do you pay for it?

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Once upon a time, the biggest worry a family faced was the arrival of the college acceptance letter…

That worry has been supplanted by an even bigger worry – – – paying for that college education!

Why the worry?

The ever-increasing cost-of-attendance engenders panic in even the calmest of families.

Private schools average $42,000 annually, while public schools average $26,000. Sticker shock, coupled with the nation’s collective school loan debt, seems quite frightening.

What can you do?

Rather than worry, a family should devise a plan designed to “attack” the cost-of-attendance and potential school debt.

Planning far in advance renders the expenses more manageable and allows a family to engage in planning options unavailable after sophomore year in high school.

It’s a wonderful thing to advise families to design a plan and to start early, but it doesn’t mean a thing if they have no idea where to start or what to do.

That’s why we’re here!

We help families design and implement their college planning campaigns, providing them with a structured process and peace of mind.

Contact our professional college planners for assistance with your college planning campaign. It’s never too early to begin!

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