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Wondering if you will be able to help your student pay for college and still retire someday?  With proper planning, you can!  A sound college strategy relies on solid academic preparation, a well-executed admissions strategy, and an understanding of one's financial resources as far in advance as possible.  This workshop will educate families about the financial aid system, how it may impact their ability to pay college costs, and how to plan accordingly to help their student attend the right college at an affordable cost.  We will discuss the financial aid process, including what an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) is, how this is calculated, and how it may impact college plans.

Schedule : Weekly - Tue 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM; starting 4/11/2017, ending 4/11/2017

Tuition: $20.00

Materials Cost: $0.00

Location : Casey Middle Location : 
  Casey Middle.

Room :  C225

Instructor : Deidre Farrell 



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Identity theft is the world's largest white collar crime. It has surpassed drug trafficking by trade and is expected to double this year. Many Americans simply aren't aware of the far-reaching extent to this epidemic. In this seminar, you will learn about the six types of identity theft and current statistics. You will also learn steps that you can personally take to be pro-active instead of re-active as well as how to best protect yourself and your family.

Schedule : Weekly - Thu 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM; starting 4/20/2017, ending 4/20/2017

Tuition: $39.00

Materials Cost: $0.00

Location : Casey Middle Location : 
  Casey Middle.

Room :  C215

Instructor : Peggy Altschuler 



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