Helping Families Reduce College Costs Since 2005

Maximize the free money & lower the sticker price

There are over 3,000 colleges and universities in the United States. We walk your child through the process of determining which will be the best “fit” for them academically, socially and financially.


The colleges your student chooses heavily influences the net cost for your family.


College is expensive, no matter what school you attend. The cost can range from $40,000 to $250,000.


Maximizing the free money is critical to reducing your college costs. 

Reduce the loans and loan payments

So much focus is on finding scholarships. However, what about after the kids graduate? There is still a lot you can do to reduce the cost of college by reducing the college loans. 


There are several ways to reduce the college loans, and the biggest savings could come through income driven repayment plans. 

Get a full college funding refund in retirement

The problem with using traditional college savings accounts and whole life insurance, or your retirement account, is that you interrupt the compounding interest. 


This is the single biggest expense when paying for college...the opportunity cost. 


How you pay for college is 10x more important that how much you pay.