Life Changing

By Lu Casillas

This can be Life Changing. 

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Let’s talk about your children, grandchildren,nieces and nephews. How would you feel if you could create a

“Life Changing” situation for them that is positive and protects them throughout their lifetime? Some verbs that come to mind are: Rejoice, Savvy, Surprise and Pleasure. 

Either we are unaware that it can be done or we are advised of a plan that is great for education but cannot be used for anything other than education. Let’s get realistic. We may want our children to go to college, however, today there is no guarantee. We have generations of High-Tech Brainiac’s, entrepreneurs and incredibly gifted young people and some have no desire or reason to go to college, or It interferes as an asset and can be used against you when trying to get funding or scholarships.

So what happens with the money locked up in that “College Plan”? Well, I interviewed a bank manager and this is what was told to me verbatim. “Well, you could go back to school or give it to another kid that wants to go to school.” In reality if it isn’t used for education you can take it out pay all the taxes and now do what you will with it.

 

What if I showed you that with as little as $100 a month you could create amazing possibilities for a child’s future? Possibilities that could be life changing. If an injury or illness arises, there is money in place to handle costs.

 

It could be used for college, a wedding ,a first home, future Tax-Free Lifetime Income and its not looked at as an asset when applying for scholarships or loans. Could you get excited? Would you reach out to me? It’s time to learn about this amazing plan.

Planning for College Costs

Planning for College Costs

UniversityAre you a parent of a teenager planning to attend college in the next year or so?   If so, you may want to check out the website of the U.S. Department of Education which shows the affordability of college.  There are tabs for public and private schools, for and not for profit, 2 and 4 years, most expensive and least expensive.  It also includes highest net prices (after aid) and lists the highest prices of tuition.  This is important to review when determining if you can afford a particular school.  Many times scholarships and financial aid can bring the costs of college down to a reasonable level even if the tuition looks to be significantly higher.

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