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Podcast: How to Pay for College Without Going Broke

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pretty african female college graduate at graduation with classmReecy Aresty is a college admissions/financial aid advisor since 1979, and author of the critically acclaimed book, How To Pay For College Without Going Broke.  For the past 36 years he has been showing families how to send their kids to the college of their choice for less than they ever dreamed possible.

 How to Pay for College Without Going Broke

  • What are most families unaware of when applying for financial aid?
  • Is the financial aid award letter the final offer?
  • What if you make too much to qualify? How can you still receive aid?
  • Where are parents making their biggest mistake?
  • How can divorced families legally cut the cost of college by as much as 90%?

To find out more visit www.paylessforcollege.com, and for every listener who goes there & sends Reecy an email, he will send you a free copy of his eBook & give you a FREE phone consultation to discuss ways to increase financial aid or get a leg up in the admissions process

This podcast is presented by Annie Jennings, of the National Publicity Firm, Annie Jennings PR and the creator of JenningsWire online magazine. JenningsWire is capturing the heart of America with its rich community of talented, insightful and relevant bloggers and podcasters! Please visit Jenningswire.com and discover the blogger just right for you.

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One Response to "Podcast: How to Pay for College Without Going Broke"

  1. Julian says:

    Katie, Wow, you covered a lot of info in this podcsat. I loved hearing your listeners voices.I wanted to give you some insight on the Pfaff machines. I have the quilt expression 4.0. I can be quite persnickety about thread and needles. It has problems with free motion quilting; you can’t go too fast and a single hole needle plate is a must (for everything you use a straight stitch for). You can buy a free-motion/darning foot that does help. Regarding the IDT: It is great for piecing but falls short to substitute for a walking foot for quilting. If you look at it you see that it has only a very small area of teeth right behind the needle. A walking foot has teeth on both sides of the needle. There is not a separate walking foot to add. I just wanted to let you know what I’ve learned by using this machine. Overall it is a good machine.The day that someone makes a sewing machine that has everything I want and nothing I don’t want is the day I’ll spend some real money on a machine.Also, my dealer has been very helpful in solving my issues; tips, tricks, free single hole plate .. I highly recommend going through a reputable dealer.Thanks again for the podcsat and I hope you make it back to Denver someday. Thanks for the compliments about our drivers!

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