It's College Financing 101. You'll like the instructor.

College costs are rising at a rapid rate. Many Michigan students wonder how they'll afford tuition. Many parents and grandparents wonder how they can pitch in. It's just like taking a test -- having a good grasp of the basics pays off. A representative will gladly meet with you and explain how much money you'll likely need and the best ways to save for college.

Schedule a free consultation and we'll explain the factors that determine your college costs:

  • Current savings
  • When the student will enter college
  • Interest rates
  • Inflation
  • Financial aid
  • Scholarships

The next step is to set up a college savings plan using a wide range of options:

  • 529 Savings Plans
  • Coverdell Education Savings Account
  • Investments
  • Family help through the Uniform Transfers to Minors Act (UTMA) and Uniform Gifts to Minors Act (UGMA)
  • Pre-paid tuition plans, such as the Michigan Education Trust (MET)
  • Individual Retirement Accounts, including Roth IRAs
Wealth Management professional Cory DenUyl can work out college savings plans for any family budget.
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