Disclosure: This post is sponsored by the Florida Prepaid College Board, through my role as a Believer Blogger. Open enrollment for the Florida Prepaid College Plan is now here! From October 15, 2017-February 28, 2018 you can enroll your child(ren) in the Florida Prepaid College Plan.
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As you have waited until the last minute to sign up, perhaps there are still some unanswered questions you have about the plans. Click HERE to check out the FAQ about the different plan options.
- Myth: Florida Prepaid is restricted to Florida schools.
- Fact: It isn’t restricted to Florida schools; the amount covered by your Prepaid Plan can be used at schools nationwide.
- Myth: Florida Prepaid can only be used if my child remains a Florida resident.
- Fact: If the beneficiary moves out of Florida after purchasing a Prepaid Plan, your child would still be billed at in-state tuition rates when using their plan at a Florida college or state university.
- Myth: If my child doesn’t go to college, I lose all that money.
- Fact: If your child doesn’t go to college, you can change the beneficiary of the Prepaid Plan or get your money back.Are you still unsure if this is a plan that is worth your money? If so, please join the Florida Prepaid team and Florida Prepaid advocate, Cristy Clavijo-Kish to learn more about how families have been using Florida Prepaid for over 25 years to send their children to college. We will introduce you to our program, the plans that we offer, and why it's so important to save early and avoid debt later. This webinar will connect you with a Florida mom (not me) who has Prepaid plans for her twins it's giving you a firsthand perspective on how to get started and how saving early can have an impact on your child's future success. Join us on Tuesday, February 20, 12-12:45 P.M. EST
Register for the webinar HERE.
Once you get all your questions answered, Use the code Meta1718 to save $25 on your application fee.
And hopefully, when your kids graduate from college, they won't be struggling with a mound of student loan debt.
I'll see you around!