Get Smart About College Costs [FREE VIDEO GUIDE]

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Get Smart About College Costs

Get the most out of your family's college search by becoming an educated consumer. Don't let the complexities of financial aid turn you into a deer in the headlights on college tours!

Understand each college's full cost of attendance — and how much financial aid you can expect — before you visit.

Why You Need This FREE Video Guide

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Estimate your out-of-pocket cost for various colleges before your child applies – a strategy that may help you save time and application fees



Go into the college search process confidently as an educated consumer



Know that your child will have information he or she needs to help make the best college decision and avoid unnecessary student loan debt

What is $28,650?

$28,650 is the average amount of student debt carried by college graduates in the Class of 2017. And that was two years ago.

Source: The Institute for College Access and Success, 2018

What You'll Learn

If you or your children are planning on college, you need to view our FREE video guide. Available for a limited time only, this video can help you make informed choices.

  • The importance of a college net price calculator
  • How you can use it to your advantage
  • The information you'll need to complete it
  • What your out-of-pocket, "net price" cost will be for different colleges


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George M. Mehaffey, Jr., LUTCF earned an AA degree from Ferrum College and a BFA degree from Virginia Commonwealth University. Mr. Mehaffey has nearly 40 years experience in financial planning. He has helped businesses, families and individuals with investments, retirement, pensions, payroll plans, insurance products and other financial services.