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College Funding Webinar

May 23, 2019

College Funding Webinar Thursday May 30, 7:00 PM to about 9:00 PM.

I want to attend this class: CLICK --> jd@AZCollegePlanning.com

I have had a few families say to me – Thanks for helping my kid get into college and get an amazing scholarship but there is still a gap that we as parents must pay for college. How do we do that?

I have struggled with this question and bounced it off my good friend and colleague Brian Safdari.

I meet Brian about 12 years ago in the fall of 2007 when I started my college planning business. Brian had been a college planner for a few years longer than me. Brian runs a successful college planning business in the Northern Los Angeles area.

It was interesting watching his business grow in one direction while AZ College Planning grew a different way. Two branches from the same tree. There were various times that Brian asked me admission and scholarship questions while I asked him Funding, Savings and Sheltering Assets questions.

Brian’s experience and research has propelled him to be the premier expert in the Funding College arena. He has helped a thousand plus families with Funding Strategies. He was even sought out by various other business entities and organizations to speak with their clients and staff on the delicate balance and intricacies of Funding College.

Our mutual goal is to get the cost of college as low as possible through scholarships and grants AND to come up with a plan to pay for college.

This is where Brian’s expertise flourishes, - Creating a Game Plan to Fund and Pay for College without Busting the Bank.

Some of you have attended my Sheltering Assets Class. All the concepts and ideas from this class are from Brian’s expertise. Brian’s Funding College Class takes all that information and puts an action plan behind it as well as expounding on building assets and sheltering assets.

I have convinced Brian to present a class to all of you on the strategies to Fund College. This class will be a live webinar. I highly encourage you to attend this event.

In an email to me, Brian said “In this workshop, I will show your parents how 200 clients of mine are funding college, the pros and cons of all the funding options they used, the mistakes they made (after the fact), and what is the best way to fund college, stay within their cashflow budget, and still be able to reach their retirement goals.”

Here are a couple details about this class:

  1. This workshop is good for any family that already has kids in college, where they will learn mistakes and advanced strategies they may not know about.
  2. It’s also a great workshop, especially for your families that are in your program as early as 9th grade in high school.
  3. The early they start the more financial aid they can receive while being able to fund college.

Plan on attending this important class.

This class is only offered via Online Streaming.

  • If you would like to attend this event please click the link and I will send you the login details to view this event.

I want to attend this class: CLICK --> jd@AZCollegePlanning.com

The Brian Safdari Parent Funding Class is May 30, 2019 at 7:00 PM and will run about 1.5 to 2 hours.

This exclusive class is going out only to my clients. You will be very impressed with Brian, his expertise and this important Funding College Class for parents.

  • Please note that I will not be able to reply or answer an email that comes in between May 4 thru May 13 as Jennifer and I will be on an Alaskan Cruise with no access to phone, email or text messages.
  • What: How to pay the gap and fund college without busting the bank
  • Who: Parent of High School or current year college students
  • Where: Online Streaming only
  • When: Thursday May 30, 7PM to about 9PM (Arizona time)
  • Class title: Parent's Funding College Class

Requirements- computer to view the live class and Zoom software. Get the free download here: https://zoom.us/support/download

I want to attend this class: CLICK --> jd@AZCollegePlanning.com

*I will send out the link to the Zoom Webinar on May 28, 2019.

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