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Collegiate Funding Solutions

Collegiate Funding Solutions

Today, a family can easily exceed $250,000 in college costs - for just one child.*

There are two different prices for a college education – one for the informed buyer and one for the uninformed. Making well-informed college savings, planning, admissions and funding decisions can help you send your child to the right college, potentially save you considerably on out-of-pocket college costs and avoid suffocating student loan debt.

Try out our "College Cost Calculator" below to run price estimates on what different colleges would cost you for attendance.

* Source: College Board 2021 data anlyzed by Collegiate Funding Solutions, Inc. includes tuition, fees, room and board.

Uninformed decisions, mistakes and missteps will drive up your college costs. We can help you answer these vital questions:

Will we have to pay the school's sticker price?

How much will be expected to pay out of pocket at selected schools?

Which schools should our child apply to in order to get the best financial deal in the form of financial aid and scholarships?

Are we candidates for Financial Aid?

How much financial aid could we expect?

How much could we receive in free money, such as grants or scholarships?

Can we increase our financial aid? How?

What merit-based scholarships, at selected schools, is our child eligible for and what are the requirements to obtain them?

How can our child get more free money for college?

Would test prep benefit our child? In what ways could it reduce our college costs?

Are 529 Plans an appropriate choice?

Which other savings options may be better, in light of our circumstances?

Will we qualify for tax credits? How much?

Should we set up a trust account for our student? Would it drive up or down college costs?

Interested in College Planning?

Interested in College Planning?

You should expect more than simplistic, one-size-fits all investment strategies from your Financial Advisor.

If you would like to schedule a meeting with Amy to discuss College Planning, please use the link below, or e-mail