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“Scholarship Secrets” for High Income Business Owners

I thought I’d spin you a yarn about Rick the Great, my CPA bud who agreed to let me grill him tomorrow night, on our webinar for high income business owners. In the not-too-distant-past, he, Pearl and I were on a Zoom call, looking over one of our recent tax returns. In his low key,…

College Lessons from Gilbert Gottfried

This weekend I took in a show at the local comedy club, headlined by Gilbert Gottfried.  If you don’t know, he’s one of the dirtier, less-politically correct guys on the mic these days: “We decided not to vaccinate my two kids.  Turns out, they don’t have autism!  But they each got polio.” The opening act…

How High Income Families Can Slash College Costs by 50% or more

It seems to me that anytime you see a story about college costs, the author makes a few, misleading – or flat out wrong –  assumptions: Because costs have skyrocketed, families are paying MORE Financial aid goes to low-to-modest income families The FAFSA is the only financial aid application to be concerned with Financial aid awards…

The New ACT Changes (and what they mean for you)

As if getting into college, paying for college, photoshopping yourself to get into college, etc. weren’t already confusing enough, the good folks at the ACT recently announced that they were mixing things up a bit. The jury is still out as to WHY and WHAT this means for us parents with kids about to sit…

Early Decision: BAD Decision?

It’s almost October, so if’s unusual for a day to go by without discussing ED. I know some of my readers will go right into the gutter from that statement, so let me clarify that ED stands for “Early Decision.” And NOTHING else. (See other parts of the internet or your spam folder for alternative…