“Harry Gemuend allowed us the opportunity to have our son attend the college of his choice (Rollins College, a private school in Winter Park, FL) without the entire anticipated financial burden.”
~The Simpson Family, Ohio
Before the Simpson family met me, their situation was a lot different. They had a HUGE college financial gap. A college financial gap is simply the difference between what college costs and what a family can afford to pay each year for it. This gap is the biggest reason kids are dropping out of college right now, according to a new study funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation.
What is your family’s college financial gap? What can be done to get financial aid, scholarships, and implement sound cash-flow strategies to help pay for this gap?
These are great questions.
During your FREE analysis with me you’ll learn the answers to those questions and more: What can be done to lower your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) and/or your family’s overall college costs, while maximizing your eligibility for financial aid, what specific strategies you can take advantage of to help increase your child’s chances of getting accepted into the colleges they’re most interested in.
A snapshot of your current college funding situation, including an expert estimate on how much your situation could improve, by incorporating applicable college admissions & financial aid strategies, how your child can attend an expensive private college — for less than the cost of a state school, plus answers to many more questions you may have.
By the way, there is absolutely no obligation to buy or do anything more during this free analysis other than to get insider information on how your family can reduce the cost of college for your child.