Free Event: How to Lower Your Child's College Tuition

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Join us for this free webinar to get tips from a panel of expert presenters on:

   

The REAL Cost of College: Learn how to calculate the true cost of your child's college education

   

Financial Aid & Scholarships: Find out how much need-based aid you're entitled to & the best ways to get merit-based scholarships

   

Lowering the Cost: Explore what cost is "worth" paying & creative ways to lower costs

   

Avoiding Debt: Find out how to avoid "bad debt" & how to help your child get student loans that minimize debt after graduation

   

Saving for College: Get top budgeting & saving tips from an expert Financial Advisor

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Panel of Expert Presenters

Katherine Cohen, Ph.D.: Leading independent college admissions counselor and best-selling author of The Truth About Getting In and Rock Hard Apps. Cohen is the Founder and CEO of the educational admissions consulting companies, IvyWise and ApplyWise.

Mandee Heller Adler: Founder and Principal of International College Counselors, a global leader in college admissions. During her 14 years of private college admissions counseling, Mandee has visited over 500 colleges (and counting!).

Janet Bodnar: Nationally recognized expert in family finances. Bodnar is the Editor of Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine, and author of Money Smart Women, Raising Money-Smart Kids and the "Money-Smart Kids" column at kiplinger.com.

Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, The Money Coach®: Personal finance expert on money management. Lynette is the author of the New York Times bestseller Zero Debt: The Ultimate Guide to Financial Freedom and Perfect Credit: 7 Steps to a Great Credit Rating. Visit Lynnette's blog at AskTheMoneyCoach.

Joyce Schnur: Certified Financial Planner and VP responsible for Kaplan Professional CFP® product line. Joyce has more than 20 years of financial counseling experience and is the co-author of Kaplan Financial's Personal Financial Planning Theory and Practice.

 



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