Help familes save ON, not just FOR college costs!
The average four-year cost for an in-state university is $96,000 and $188,000 for a private college! No wonder that, according to a recent Gallup Survey, 73% of parents with children under the age of 18 worry about college funding more than any other financial matter! With absurdly high and ever-increasing college costs and average graduation rates of almost six years per child, parents - irrespective of their income - desperately need advice from their financial advisor that can help them save ON and not just FOR the cost of college!
Collegiate Funding Solutions' college-planning software, API, subject-matter experts, college admissions and financial aid services, educational resources and marketing material equip financial advisors and financial services organization to meet this rapidly-growing need amoung Gen Xers and Baby Boomers and grow their business and revenue in the process. If you can't help these families, who will? Another advisor?
LATEST ENHANCEMENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
CFS & MoneyGuidePro are integration partners
With this integration between the leading financial planning (MoneyGuidePro) and college planning (CFS) software, MoneyGuidePro users can now quickly, easily and cost-effectively tap the expertise of CFS to help clients save ON and not just FOR college costs, deepen client relationships and identify new opportunities to grow their business. Huge value-add for MGP users!
Enhanced college-planning reports
Drawing upon fifteen years of experience and input from our top clients, CFS' re-imagined and re-implemented our signature college-planning reports!
See for yourself how visually appealing they are, how clearly they communicate value to the client, how simple they are to understand and how beneficial they'll be to your college-planning capability.
10 reasons why CFS' comprehensive college planning software is the right choice for your business
Everything at CFS is directed by our mission - to help families save ON and not just FOR college costs with the help of their financial advisor/institution.