The discussion will include FAFSA forms and how parents can maximize the financial aid they are eligible to receive.
Worcester, MA -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/16/2015 -- Northeast College Planning announces a free event for parents, who have children in high school and would like to learn more about how to finance their college education. The College Financial Planning Night will take place on March 24, 2015, starting from 7PM till 8PM at Worcester Technical High School in Worcester, MA.
Searching for different options available for college funding process can be a tough task for many parents, as they do not have the required knowledge or time to look at all available options. Northeast College Planning comes up with a solution for these parents, offering them a free seminar on college funding.
The FREE Educational College Financial Planning workshop is vital for parents, who do not understand the options that are open to them. The even can also help parents avoid borrowing a lot of money and racking up unnecessary debts, as the cost of college per year varies between $18,000 and $55,000. Parents, who attend this free seminar, will learn more about both types of financial aid available for their children, including grants.
Northeast College Planning will cover some information that all families need to know, as well as available opportunities for parents to finance their children's higher education and future. Many specific topics like how to increase tax credits and college-related tax deductions, which colleges offer the best financial aid packages, how to develop a customized plan that can meet all college costs, and more will be also covered at this workshop.
People, who would like to attend the FREE Educational College Financial Planning workshop planned for March 24, 2015 can learn more by visiting http://www.northeastcollegeplanning.eventbrite.com
About The FREE Educational College Financial Planning workshop
The College Financial Planning Night will take place on March 24, 2015, starting from 7PM till 8PM at Worcester Technical High School in Worcester, MA.