Ideally you should start planning when your children are born, but the reality is that many parents wait until their children are already in high school. By coming to one of our workshops, you will learn the means to developing the path to educational choices and financial aid options. You will learn what an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) is and how it is calculated and what it means to your overall financial picture and how it can potentially be lowered. We also cover the differences in Methodologies (Institutional vs. Federal), we discuss the different types of grants, loans and scholarships available as well as the importance and differences of the SAT/ACT.
One of the most expensive undertakings your employees will ever face is funding their children's college education. We work with employers to bring a no cost employee benefit to their organization through educational workplace workshops, individual one-on-one consultations at no cost to you, the employer.