A 5-Step Method for Saving 6 Figures Plus on a College Education

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Newsflash (sarcasm alert): a college education is expensive! Even after accounting for inflation, higher education has become increasingly more expensive over the last several decades. According to EducationData.org, The average cost of 4 years as an in-state student at a public university was nearly $89k as of the 2019/2020 school year, according to EducationData.org. That’s more than the $78.5k estimated median family income as of 2020, per the US Department of Housing and Urban Development. Worse yet, this is still a screaming bargain compared to the $199.5k price tag for 4 years at the average private nonprofit school. The problem…...

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Opher Ganel My main business is as a NASA consultant supporting the Physics of the Cosmos and Cosmic Origins Program Offices. Along my professional path, I learned a lot about personal finance and about starting and running solo and small-group expert businesses. I then started an additional passion business as a Financial Strategist for Independent Professionals. Here, I help professionals with their own solo or small-group practice articulate their personal financial goals, quantify those goals, and craft and execute a plan to optimize how they run their business to ensure they can accomplish those goals.