Jan 31, 2013-
Jan 31, 2013
06:30PM - 08:30AM
APSG College Planning Seminar
Santa Rosa
Event Description

Asset Protection Strategies Group, Inc. 






Plan on paying for your child's education?


What you don't know can cost you money! Invest in your child's future and attend our:


FREE College Planning Night


Presented by: Josh Sterling- Certified College Planning Specialist 

Member of the National Institute for Certified College Planners


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Here is what parents like you are saying about our FREE college admissions and funding nights... 


"Thanks, great information about our financial options"  

- parent of Senior  


"Thanks, I have been to several types of college planning events and this was the most informative yet"

 - parent of Junior


"Great valuable info! I wish someone would have told us this three years ago. Better late than never"

 - parent of Senior


"Very professional, but also a no pressure workshop. They introduced us to new possibilities to afford college"

 - parent of Sophomore





Dear Parents of Middle School or High School Students,

This complimentary College Planning Night presented by APSG College Planning reveals new ways to meet the high cost of college.  With college costs increasing at a much faster rate than general inflation, paying for college can be a daunting task.

How are you going to pay the high costs of college while saving for your retirement and other financial objectives? 

There are two prices for a college education.........

One for the informed parent and one for the uninformed parent.

 Come learn:

  • What to do if you are overwhelmed or don't know where to start.

  • Why a College Funding Plan is important.

  • How to increase your chances of receiving "Free Money".

  • How to save for college and retirement at the same time.

  • How to attend a Private College for the cost of a UC or State College.

  • How to achieve the necessary cash flow to pay for college.

  • Important secrets for business and rental property owners.

  • How to best pay for college when you don't qualify for financial aid.

  • How to best position your student for college admissions.

  • What are "tax scholarships" and are you eligible.

  • How to select the "Best Fit" college.

  • How to increase your chance for merit aid.

  • How to reduce your out-of-pocket expenses by thousands.

  • How to select a college that gives the best financial aid packages.

  • Start Early- Don't wait.

If you have a Middle School or High School student you do not want to miss our FREE College Planning Night.  It is a chance for you to learn how to sort through all the confusion, maximize your student's opportunities, and reduce your out of pocket cost for college regardless of your income or assets!



Thursday, January 31st, 2013


FREE College Planning Night



Courtyard Marriott Santa Rosa

175 Railroad Street

Santa Rosa, CA 95401






You can also register by calling our registration hotline at:





If you have any questions or would like to talk to us please do not hesitate to contact us. Thank you for taking the time to sign up. We know you will enjoy the workshop and look forward to seeing you there. 




Josh Sterling

Asset Protection Strategies Group, Inc.

Certified College Planning Specialist

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Josh Sterling     Email:
Phone: 707-837-7910      Fax: 707-837-7929




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