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Are you worried that you can't afford to send your child to college? Discover a comprehensive financial plan to cut your costs in half. Afraid that rising tuition costs will prevent your child from getting a much-needed education? Do you want a debt-free future for both you and your child? College fiduciary Beth V. Walker is here to help you navigate the complex world of higher education. After spending years solving fiscal challenges for corporate executives and small business owners, Walker became a mom and discovered the insanely high tuition expenses predicted by the College Board's cost calculator. On a mission to reduce the burden on her own family, Walker consulted admissions counselors, financial aid experts, scholarship gurus, and a group of very determined parents to find a new solution. In Never Pay Retail for College, Walker provides a project management framework for families to find and finance the college experience of their dreams. Using little-known tips, ingenious resources, and some careful planning, you can turn this easy-to-follow guidebook into an incredible 25 to 50 percent off coupon for college. In Never Pay Retail for College, you'll discover: - The 12 critical elements required for a successful college plan - How both parents and students can minimize debt in the long run - How you can become a better informed consumer of higher education - How imagining the college funding process like a kitchen remodel can help you come in on time and on budget - Why there's no need for any family to "pay retail" for college, and much, much more Never Pay Retail for College is your all-in-one resource for stretching the value of your family's college budget. If you like expert advice, step-by-step strategies, and saving money, then you'll love Beth V. Walker's financial guide. Buy the book today to start planning for your brighter future.
About the Author
Beth's most important role is being the mother of a high school student, Mack. He is the reason she is on a mission to help fix the broken system of paying for college in America. She believes we are all born with unlimited potential and our life's work is to tap it, unleash it, and reveal it. In doing so, we will fulfill our purpose in life. Beth's purpose is all about a better future - for our children, for parents and for our communities. That's why she believes in approaching college with a project management mentality. It's something that impacts a lot of people over time. As a scholarship athlete for the women's volleyball team at the University of Kansas, Beth earned distinction as an Academic All-American. After completing her bachelor's degree, she went to work for several large corporations including Procter & Gamble, Clorox and McKesson, moving quickly through the management ranks. In 1999, she left the corporate world and became a financial planner. She chose this profession because she wants to be a catalyst for abundance and eliminate the scarcity mentality that many people experience around money. By alleviating financial uncertainty in clients' lives, she allows them to focus on their unique contribution. As a college fiduciary, Beth is trained in the complex strategies suitable for reducing a family's out-of-pocket college expenses, routinely saving families 25%-50% on the cost of college. She is the author of two books, An Employee's Guide to Stock Options (McGraw-Hill, 2003) and Never Pay Retail for College (Prussian Press, 2017). Beth has been quoted frequently in the press including in the Wall Street Journal, US News & World Report, CNN Money, and the Denver Post. In 2016, she launched the Center for College Solutions, a collaborative coalition of professionals (education consultants, admissions committee members, athletic marketing experts, financial aid gurus, etc.) committed to making college an affordable reality for all families. When she wakes in the morning, Beth is genuinely excited about what can get done that day. She's thankful for the opportunity to make something good happen. Her sense of urgency is simply because there is so much possibility. She believes that behaving well and doing the right thing over the long haul is rewarded and we can feel child-like joy and delight as a result of being the best version of ourselves.