Learn what other parents of college-bound students are saying about CPN
I thought I understood the college funding process based upon my experience with my first child in college. When my second child was ready for college I decided there was no harm in seeking some additional professional support and contacted The College Planning Network. I thought maybe they could provide some suggestions for dealing with two college students. In reviewing my situation with the CPN professionals, we were able to make adjustments in my financial situation to improve – which meant reduce – the magical Expected Family Contribution (EFC) number for both children. We got subsidized versus unsubsidized loans which will save a lot of interest over the long-term. Additionally, we were also able to improve my overall family financial situation by paying off debt and readjusting our strategies for retirement. Thank you.
~ The Maskulka Family
With two students in high school, the thought of having them enter college back to back was keeping me up at night. After attending a free Tele-Workshop and talking with The College Planning Network, I was able to relax, listen to their advice, and face the next several years with the knowledge that I have made some preliminary choices regarding our financial situation to at least maximize our chances at lowering our EFC. Also, having professionals work with my son, energize him, and help navigate him towards the college admission process has been very valuable. Parents get tired of being the heavy and appear to be “lecturing”. Having an outsider take an interest has instilled a sense of excitement, if not urgency.
I would recommend this service to any non-independently wealthy parents of future college students.
~ The Guzman Family
I cannot thank you enough for the help and support you have offered me in the past few weeks. I especially appreciate the way you provided true compassion when I was at my rope’s end. You went beyond anything I would expect from a business organization, Thank you so very much.
Now for my question. I assume you submitted the FAFSFA for Gabrielle. When is the deadline for submitting the information for 2011. We may not have that information for a couple of weeks. We are waiting for one document before we hand our tax information to our CPA. He told us once he receives it, it will take him about a week to file. Will this be too late?
Again, Thank you so much!
When we listened to The College Planning Network’s Tele-Workshop, we knew it was different than other seminars we had attended before that simply told us how to fill out the dreaded FAFSA and when to do it. The presenter was knowledgeable and gave many “free” tips and techniques in the Tele-Workshop. After an hour of an informative session, we chose to hire The College Planning Network to help us through the College Funding process. CPN gave us tips and techniques of lowering our EFC that we would normally not have known about. By lowering our EFC we have saved our family thousands of dollars in college funding.
~ The Gras Family