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Get Free college tuition to participating Private Schools using Life Insurance. You will see the difference in using Life Insurance vs a 529 plan.

Get Free college tuition to participating Private Schools using Life Insurance. You will see the difference in using Life Insurance vs a 529 plan.

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  • 1. College Funding FundCollege.net FundCollege net --- Your Immediate Solution! www.fundcollege.net
  • 2. College Pricing Facts  The cost of college is rising 6½ times as fast as the cost of living.*  College costs are rising, while median household income is declining. ** d li i  Public college costs are up 6.5% from last year and private co eges are colleges a e up 4.4%.* %  83% of students receive financial aid at private colleges.*  Private colleges spend on average $21,208 to educate each student.* FundCollege.net FundCollege net --- Your Immediate Solution! *www.collegeboard.com: 2009-2010 College Prices Statistics www.fundcollege.net **www.census.gov
  • 3. Questions to ask yourself… yourself  How do I position my financial situation to allow my child to attend the college of their choice?  How can I encourage my child to begin planning for H hild t b i l i f college at an early age?  How can I ensure a quality education for my child?  I have multiple children, how can I afford college tuition for all of them? FundCollege.net FundCollege net --- Your Immediate Solution! www.fundcollege.net
  • 4. TUITION REWARDS TO THE RESCUE!  Earn Guaranteed Scholarships to Private Universities  Have Colleges Begin Recruiting Your Child as Early as Their Freshman Year in High School  Fund Multiple Children With One Plan p  No Market Loss  Access to Funds Income Tax-Free FundCollege.net FundCollege net --- Your Immediate Solution! www.fundcollege.net
  • 5. Why Life Insurance vs 529 Plan? vs. Let’s take a look at two of the most popular college funding vehicles used today, 529 Plans and the use of Life Insurance: Life Insurance 529 Plan Annual Contribution Limit No Limit $13,000 Taxation of Withdrawals Tax-Free, using loans Tax-Free, qualified education expenses only Value for State Education Excluded Included Financial Needs Analysis Funding if Parent Dies (The Death Benefit Stops, account value Primary Source of Funding) Completion, college funding may not be sufficient FundCollege.net FundCollege net --- Your Immediate Solution! www.fundcollege.net
  • 6. How it Works: FundCollege.net FundCollege net --- Your Immediate Solution! www.fundcollege.net
  • 7. The POWER of Tuition Rewards Plan A Monthly Plan B Monthly $225 $350 Savings for College Savings for College $5 ,8 $57,824 $9 , $91,244 Self-Completing Self-Completing $276,678 $436,458 $5,500 immediate scholarship + $30,000 earned + $57,824 saved = $5,500 immediate scholarship + $30,000 earned + $91,244 saved = $93,324 $93 324 $126,744 $126 744 Plan C Monthly $475 Savings for College $124,668 $596,239 Self-Completing FundCollege.net FundCollege net --- Your Immediate Solution! $5,500 immediate scholarship + $30,000 earned + $124,668 saved = $160,168 *North American Builder IUL, 8.00% non-guarantee rate and GLP, Level Benefit. Female, Age 35, Preferred Non-Tobacco, 11/4/09 **Tuition Rewards Points earned based on 15 years. www.fundcollege.net
  • 8. FUNDCOLLEGE.NET FUNDCOLLEGE.NET FundCollege.net --- www.fundcollege.net | 800.921.3100 Your Immediate Solution!!! www.fundcollege.net | 800.921.3100 For Agent Use Only
  • 9. What Happens Next?  Your College Funding Expert will enroll you into the Tuition Rewards Program.  Once enrollment is complete, you will receive a “Welcome Email” from the Tuition Rewards program The email will provide instructions on how to program. activate your Tuitions Rewards account and receive your immediate 500 Tuition Rewards points.  Once your life insurance policy is placed in force, and you have activated your Tuition Rewards account online, you will be awarded with an additional 5,000 Tuition Rewards points.  You will continue to earn 2,000 points each year your life insurance policy remains in force. FundCollege.net FundCollege net --- Your Immediate Solution! www.fundcollege.net

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