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Did you know the biggest impediment to retiring on time is overpaying for college? Join us each episode as financial planner Bill Mullen breaks down critical college funding conversations to reveal how you can minimize this retirement barrier.

You'll learn things like:
- How much colleges think your family can afford
- Whether or not you'll qualify for grants or scholarships
- How much you can expect to pay out of pocket

We'll help you identify the answers you need to get the most free money for college and show how that helps unlock your family's retirement future.

College, taxes, retirement. We'll talk about it all on this show, so check out an episode now, and never hesitate to reach out if you have any questions.

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Dec 17, 2020

We have talked about the FAFSA on a previous podcast, but today we dig a little deeper into this topic. Bill discusses some of the common mistakes he sees when filling out this form and why you should submit as soon as possible.

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Dec 3, 2020

One of the biggest factors in determining how much you need to pay for college is the expected family contribution. Bill goes over the different ways this may be calculated and provides some helpful tips.

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Nov 19, 2020

We have spent a lot of time on the podcast talking about the fundamentals of financial aid and estimating the cost of what a college is. But we haven't specifically talked about how to shop for college yet. Bill guides us on how to put together a plan to fund the college expenses and some problems to look out for.

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Nov 5, 2020

It's no secret that college is expensive and the cost continues to rise as time goes on. But there are ways to get financial aid to help you pay for your child's tuition. Today Bill will talk about the 3 types of financial aid, how you can get it, and the nuances that go along with each one.

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Oct 22, 2020

Every college in America requires you to fill out a FAFSA form in order to be eligible for financial aid. In addition, some schools require you to fill out a CSS Profile that goes into even more detail about your financial situation. Bill breaks down what each of these forms are and the type of information they ask you...