It is entirely possible to qualify for tens of thousands more in financial aid than you thought possible. Even families with high incomes.
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Long Beach, CA (PRWEB) November 30, 2012
With the cost of a college education continuing to rise, parents are left wondering how they will be able to give their children the opportunities that a degree from a four year university offers without breaking the bank. Pete Mitchell of Late Stage College Planning has just released the new "2013 Consumer's Guide To Paying For College Without Sabotaging Your Retirement or Stripping Your Home of Its Equity", a free report being offered to parents with college bound children.
"In my 12 years of financial planning experience, I've discovered that the largest expenditure in someone's life, after buying a house, is paying for their kid's college," stated Mitchell. "Most families don't know that even if they are sending their child to college next year, they can position themselves to get the legal maximum allowed for college after a lifetime of paying into the Federal and State financial aid systems if they act before the end of this year."
In this just released fact filled consumer guide, parents will discover 6 costly misconceptions about financial aid, how to avoid the 3 biggest college planning rip-offs, the biggest financial aid secret regarding high income families, 5 mistakes to avoid when choosing a college planner, demanding a 100%, risk-free, money back guarantee from a college planner, and the 4 steps to maximizing financial aid.
Mitchell went on to state, "The families that get the most financial aid are not the families that are in the most need, it's the families that know how to play the financial aid game. It is entirely possible to qualify for tens of thousands more in financial aid than you thought possible. Even families with high incomes."
This consumer guide is free to parents of college bound children as long as it is requested before the end of 2012. To get a copy of the guide, Pete Mitchell and Late Stage College Planning are making it available to anyone that visit's http://LateStageCollegePlanning.com and requests it.
For more information on college planning strategies from Pete Mitchell and Late Stage College Planning, visit http://LateStageCollegePlanning.com.