If I’ve learned anything after this weekend, it’s that TIMING IS EVERYTHING. Despite getting the shot, I came down with the flu right before my family and I are supposed to leave for a big conference in Orlando. I’m on the mend now (as I sit at my computer and type out this blog post– thank you Tamiflu), but it really got me thinking about how I need to live my life more in the present…in the now. And right now is your/my last chance for Florida Prepaid enrollment for 2017!
What is Florida Prepaid?
Florida Prepaid College Plans allow you to prepay the future cost of college or university. When your child is ready for college, the plan pays the tuition, tuition differential fee and other specified fees covered under the plan. Until I started working with Florida Prepaid, I had no idea how much misinformation was out there about the plan. Let’s discuss…
Florida Prepaid Enrollment: Myth vs. Fact
Could I lose my investment? NOPE.
Guaranteed – Every Prepaid Plan is guaranteed by the State of Florida, so you will never lose your investment.
I don’t know if my child will go to college in Florida. NO PROBLEM!
Nationwide – Even if your child attends an out-of-state or private college, the plan will pay the same amount as it would pay at a public college or university in Florida.
My child is smart and will probably get a scholarship or two. I don’t want to waste my savings. YOU WON’T!
Scholarships – If your child receives a scholarship, you can get a refund for the same amount as the plan would pay a public college or university in Florida.
This program is a win/win for Florida families!
Florida Prepaid enrollment is NOW!
Head to www.myfloridaprepaid.com and use my promo code: BOCA1920. You’ll get 100% off your application fee – a savings of $50 until 2/29/20!
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