Our comprehensive step-by-step program will guide you through every phase of the college admission process. From Freshman through Senior Year in High School our program will save you time and money, and help you choose the right school that you can afford while saving you over $50,000.
Our Program Will Help You
We are so confident that our program will help you choose the right college that you can afford, that if for any reason you are not totally satisfied with our program within the first 10 days, we will refund 100% of your purchase no questions asked.
Our process is broken down into over 100 lessons that are easy to follow. We provide step-by-step instructions on overall preparation on exactly what you need to do, how to choose the right college, how and when to fill out all forms to save over $50k.
"I cannot tell you how happy I am that I made the investment in the Prepare for College Program. I did not know where to begin and I was stressing out on how I was going to be able to afford college let alone fill out all the forms that are required. Thank YOU!
This program is incredible. We saved over $50,000 on our daughters four year tuition. It was easy to use and it helped us choose the school we could afford. I would recommend this program to any Home School parents and children.
L. Smith, Los Angeles, CA
B. Costello Pittsburgh, PA
How you could qualify for $10,000 or more* directly from the IRS over your student’s stay in college. Disclaimer: There are two different college tax credit available – American Opportunity and Lifetime Learning tax credits. To qualify for the credits, you must meet IRS income restriction and guidelines. Each have different qualifying income restrictions.
How you could get the first 2 years of college FREE* of cost. Disclaimer: This pertains to student that elect to attend a community or technical college. It does not pertain to four-year colleges or universities.
$50,000 on a Private College Education. Disclaimer: In order to qualify for $50,000 or more during your student's stay in college, will depend on your student’s enrollment standing at their chosen college, ACT/SAT test scores, High School GPA, Student’s Special Talents, Student’s Community Service, The Family’s Income/Assets, Family Size, And Family’s Tax Liabilities Or Any Combination Just Covered.
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