When does less than $6,000 equal nearly $150,000?

By: Jason Robinovitz | Last Updated: July 21, 2017

When does less than $6,000 equal nearly $150,000? That’s an uncommon equation –even for the diehard lottery player. But for a college-bound student and his family, such “winning” odds are quite possible!

Case in point: a Palm Beach County resident whom we guided through the college application process based upon our decades of experience. He received combined scholarship offers totaling $530,000 from all the schools that accepted him. He has opted for Ohio Wesleyan University, which has offered him a nearly 90% scholarship – the $150,000 we mentioned above!  The family spent $5,628.75 with us on the college planning and application process. That’s more than a fair return on investment. Congratulations!

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