It’s all about a strategic plan, understanding the college and government rules, and meeting with professionals in the field of college planning that result in substantial discounts for high income earners.
Did you know that having no college plan means that you’re paying for college in the most expensive way?
For most people the cost of college is a major expense. EPR has strategies to help you minimize that major expense.
The current average length of time that students take to earn their bachelors degree is 5.8 years. We help you motivate your student to get a 4-year degree in FOUR YEARS. Those extra two years usually adds more than 50% to the cost of a college degree. You can buy a small house with the [...]
EPR has developed strategies that allow your money to work more efficiently and make paying for college within you capability to do so.
Did you know that NOT filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) guarantees you will pay the full price for college?
EPR has helped high income families lower their cost for college. We always recommend that you file a FAFSA, but not before we review it and optimize it to your advantage.
Did you know that you get a discount for having two or more students in college at the same time, even if they attend different colleges?
EPR will show you the math specific to your family and calculate your savings.
Did you know that prices vary widely on any given airline flight, and similarly, virtually everyone that attends any one college pays a different price for their education at that college?
EPR will help you develop a plan that provides for the best college education and at the same time, minimizing the cost for that degree.
Did you know that both parent’s and student’s savings accounts have threshold limits on FAFSA, and being above those thresholds will increase the amount you pay for your child’s education?
EPR will provide those thresholds so that you can stay below them and increase the grant money you receive from colleges.