College Funding Resource Center

Would you like to learn the most efficient way to save and pay for college without sacrificing your retirement?  Would you like to learn how to reduce your out of pocket college expenses without spending countless hours filling out scholarship applications?  If so, join our College Funding Resource Center today for all the education, tools, and resources to help you give your child the education of his/her dreams without sacrificing yours!

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KNOWLEDGE IS PRICELESS

Unlimited access to dozens of training videos to learn the most efficient way to save and pay for college and how to maximize the free money.

Here is just some of what you will learn:

  • 7 Steps to Reduce the Cost of College
  • How to Maximize the Free Money for College Without Applying for Private Scholarships
  • How to Earn a Degree from a Top Tier School for Less Than a Local State School
  • Why Your Family’s Financial Report Card can be More Important Than Your Students Report Card
  • How to Compare the Financial Aid Packages of Your Top Schools
  • Free Money for High Income Families
  • How to Avoid the 9 Most Common Mistakes When Filling Out the Financial Aid Forms
  • How to Appeal Your Financial Aid Offers and Get More Free Money
  • The 3 Most Common Ways to Pay for College and Why They Don’t Work
  • Why How You Save and Pay for College Is More Important Than How Much You Pay for College
  • The Truth About 529 Plans:  What the Government, Colleges, and Most Financial Advisors Don’t Want You to Know
  • What to Do If You Already Have A 529 Plan
  • The Problems with Using Life Insurance for College Funding
  • How to Avoid High Fees and Taxes
  • How to Pay for College and Get Back Free “Scholarship” Money During Retirement
  • How to Save For College Over 10-15 Years Even If Your Student Is a Senior in High School
  • The 3 Ingredients for the Retirement Scholarship Strategies
  • How to Pay for College with Other People’s Money Without Using College Loans
  • How to Use Real Estate for The Retirement Scholarship Strategy Even If You Don’t Currently Own a Home or Have Equity
  • How to Use the Stock Market for the Retirement Scholarship Strategy

  • How to Use Insurance Companies for the Retirement Scholarship Strategy
  • How to Get a 6-8% Average Return on College Savings Without Risk
  • How to Borrow Money at a Fixed 5% for College Without a Credit Check, Application Process, Or Structured Payment Plan
  • The College Savings Vehicle with the Lowest Fees
  • How to Use the Investment Strategies of Banks, Large Corporations, And the Ultra-Wealth to Pay for College
  • How to Grow Your College Savings Tax-Free Without Using a 529 Plan
  • How to Reduce Taxes and In Some Cases, Save More in Taxes Than the Cost of College
  • Where You Can Shelter Assets to Lower Your Expected Family Contribution
  • How to Save for College Without Increasing Your Expected Family Contribution to Maximize the Free Money
  • How to Protect Your College Savings from Law Suits, Creditors, and Bankruptcies
  • How to Create a Backup College Savings Plan for the Unexpected

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"Great information...I have a 5th grader and glad I got the information when I did! Everyone w college bound children no matter what age should check this out!"

DeAnna Cunnington

"Very helpful!! Working with Lance is easing a lot of my worries & wonder! The information he is giving my family is SO helpful in making important decisions about the colleges my son would choose to apply to. It's like having a path in a dense forest or a light in the darkness!"

Lylas Uradomo

"I have 2 children starting college at the same time. 😮 I'll definitely be tuning in."

Tonya Fletcher

"Well worth your time. It gets you thinking about tuition in a new way. Worth your time."

Suzanne VanderZee

"We are looking forward to delving into his program bc what he says about the EFC, financial aid, free money and the difference between private and public schools makes sense to us."

Suzanne Weete

"Wish I saw this before completing the FAFSA and CSS Profile"

Pat Judice

"I am putting my third child through college and it definitely made me rethink how we are paying for college expenses. It is definitely beneficial"

Allyson Pannella

"Definitely has great information for those parents worried about the money it will cost to send their kiddos to college."

Linda Cogswell

"It is worth it, especially if you are not already savvy on finances. Definitely informative."

Michelle Ferrera

"The information Lance Morgan shared was engaging and he made me think differently on how to finance college by applying the 7 principles. Thank you!"

Karen Olenski

"Good tips to get you started looking at college funding"

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Self-Paced Online Test Prep by Method Test Prep. This is a $149 retail value. You will receive unlimited access in our college funding resource center.

NOT JUST INFORMATION!

Yes, knowledge is priceless.  However, knowing the numbers is also priceless!  Knowing the most efficient way to save and pay for college can save you hundreds of thousands in retirement, and knowing the numbers and choosing the right schools can reduce your out of pocket costs for college by tens of thousands.  Scroll down to watch the short overview videos of some of the valuable reports you can create with a college funding membership.

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YOUR FAMILY FINANCIAL GPA

Each student has a GPA and each family has an EFC or expected family contribution. It's the number the colleges and government "thinks" you can afford to pay for college. Assuming you are willing to live in a van down by the river and eat beans and rice. However, knowing how your EFC is calculated can help you to know if you can lower it. Watch the video below to learn more about our detailed EFC report. Estimate your EFC each year to simulate the financial aid process.

 

WHICH SCHOOL OFFERS THE MOST FREE MONEY?

Once you know your EFC number you can use it to compare the Financial Aid packages of the schools on your list. Each school on your list should be a good academic, social, and financial fit. Don't have a list? We can also help you come up with a list that will be a good academic, social, and financial fit. Don't think you qualify for financial aid because you make too much money? In many cases a high EFC number will help you qualify for more merit based aid. So this step, and this report, is priceless for all families in all financial situations. This report will also help you compare the graduation rates of each school. The easiest way to reduce the cost of college is to graduate in less time.

 

CAN YOU INCREASE THE FREE MONEY?

Lowering your EFC can help you qualify for need based financial aid. For most families, a lower EFC can significantly save you money from some of the top schools in the country. What could you do to keep your EFC low each year?

 

HOW MUCH COULD YOU SAVE AT EACH SCHOOL?

In most cases, lowering your EFC is not a dollar for dollar savings at all of the schools on your list. It all depends on the percentage of your need they will meet. For some schools it could save you tens of thousands each year off the sticker price and for other schools, lowering your EFC may not change anything. This report, in addition to the what-if report is priceless in determining which EFC strategy you should implement. Watch the video to learn more.

 

HOW TO AVOID THE MOST COMMON MISTAKES WHEN FILLING OUT THE FINANCIAL AID FORMS

Are you afraid you will make a mistake when completing the financial aid forms that could cost you money? Not with the line by line answer keys for the FAFSA and CSS Profile. Watch the video for a quick overview. Use these answer keys each year that your student is in school.

 

COLLEGE SEARCH

Choose the right list of schools that are a good academic, social, AND financial fit.  Create a list with the following criteria:

  • Size of Campus
  • College's Distance from Home
  • Financials: COA & Out of Pocket Expenses
  • 4 Year Graduation Rate
  • Percentage of Students Returning for the 2nd Year
  • College's Average SAT and ACT Scores
  • Student Enrollment
  • Student/Faculty Ratio
  • Percent of Financial Need Met
  • Admission Rate
  • Average Merit Aid
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Private Scholarship Search

Although the big money comes from the colleges and government, there is nothing wrong with applying for some private scholarships as well.  As part of your membership you will have unlimited scholarship search capabilities without all the spam emails.

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Private Members Only Facebook Group

As part of your membership you will have access to our "members only" Facebook group.  Ask questions, share successes, and support each other.

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