Join Us August 28th 
in San Ramon, CA!
Join Us August 28th in San Ramon, CA!
Tuesday, August 28th 
7:00pm - 8:30pm
San Ramon Community Center
12501 Alcosta Blvd, 
San Ramon, CA 94583
Dan Evertsz
The College Money Pro
Discover Insider Secrets To Pay 4 College Without Depleting Your Savings. You Will Learn How Six Figure Families Access Free Money And Lower Your Out-Of-Pocket Cost For College!
Why attend this FREE event?
The cost of college has out-paced inflation by more than double for over three decades, prompting parents to ask… How are we going to pay for this?!
My goal is to educate you about the paying-for-college process so you can build a successful college solution for your children without going broke. This applies to ALL families, whether or not you will qualify for need-base aid.
You will walk away with an understanding of:
  • Insider Strategies to Lower the Cost of College
  •  Who, What, Why, When and Where of FAFSA
  •  FAFSA Strategies for Working Families
  •  How to Lower Your “Expected Family Contribution”
  •  CSS Profile Form (for highly rated universities)
  •  Myths about free money qualification
  •  How 6-figure families can double or triple eligibility for free grant money
BONUS TOPIC: Is Your Student Going to Major in the Correct Area of Study? We can help identify the major that's right for your child! 
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"Having this valuable information is like having a flashlight to explore a cave, while every other parent stumbles through blind!"
Dan Evertsz of College Money Pros has educated thousands of "WORKING FAMILIES" with insider secrets & strategies to pay for college and maximize financial aid and scholarships to help pay for college without parents pillaging their savings, delaying their retirement or going into major parent or student loan debt. Parents of future college bound students will not want to miss this event.
  
If everything you thought about paying for college was wrong, when would you want to know?
  
Preparing for college takes work and planning. Parents and students must start planning for college when the student is in middle school through high school. Laying out a plan and sticking with it will help get the student into the right college. Getting into the right college is much more than simply filling out an application in the senior year of high school.
  
If you are within four years of incurring a college expense, you are in "short term college planning." Applying conventional long term financial planning or retirement style planning to achieve your goal of paying for college is a mistake. Families who use the appropriate college funding strategies will access more free money and will be most successful.
  
if you have a financial planner and started early, I'm sure they did a good job and that's great. Did they position your assets where you will be dinged Federal College Formula? Proper planning will provide the right college aid. Is your student choosing the right school for the right reason? Our student assessment will provide career and major choices before they decide which college to attend. This is where we come in, we ask the right questions and assist you and your student in the college process.
What your family needs to know!
  • Save thousands of dollars on tuition and fees
  •  Get thousands of additional dollars in aid
  •  Preserve your family’s assets and nest egg
  •  Prepares for more than the first year
  •  5 Mistakes that can ruin your chances for aid
  •  Strategies for all income levels – Not just low-income families get financial aid
  • Save thousands of dollars on tuition and fees
  •  Get thousands of additional dollars in aid
  •  Preserve your family’s assets and nest egg
  •  Prepares for more than the first year
  •  5 Mistakes that can ruin your chances for aid
  •  Strategies for all income levels – Not just low-income families get financial aid
Haven’t saved enough to pay for college? Don’t worry, it’s not as bad as you think
  •  The shocking truth about 529 Plans and how it can cost you money.
  •  Did your accountant or broker show you where to save money for school?
  • Move now before it costs you a fortune.
  •  The shocking truth about 529 Plans and how it can cost you money.
  •  Did your accountant or broker show you where to save money for school?
  • Move now before it costs you a fortune.
Testimonials
"College Money Pros is one of the best services for helping high schoolers find money for college. Mr. Evertsz is phenomenal at what he does, and I highly recommend him when starting the college process. When I first began, I gave him a list of potential colleges that I was interested in, and he found all of the vital information---a list of scholarships that each school provided, SAT/ACT scores needed to get into the college, etc. Mr. Evertsz assisted me in filling out FAFSA, prepared me better by making sure that I was at a few of his workshops, and pushed me towards the best (and most affordable schools). Even to this day, he helps make sure that I am on track. Mr. Evertsz does not just make sure that my present is intact. He works to make sure my future is to. He has made me think realistically when it comes to careers and paying for college. He is the master at knowing what to do to not go broke once you have graduated. If it was not for him, I would not be at the College of Wooster today. He made it happen."
- Jamila Coleman
"Hey y'all, my name is Stacey Bates, I'm nineteen years old, and about to start my second year at my dream school because of Dan Evertsz. I realize how cheesy that sounds, but I swear it's 100% true; because the reality with applying to college in this day and age is that regardless of a student's talents - whether it be academic, artistic, or athletic - it's practically impossible to get into a good school without help from someone who knows the process. 

For my family, we were lucky to find that someone while entering my senior year at Monte Vista High School (back in 2014.) I'll admit that as a seventeen year old girl I was not keen on meeting a stranger in a Starbucks to discuss my future, but Dan is such a charismatic and knowledgeable person that I had no trouble at all conversing with him, and we were able to leave our first meeting with a game plan for applications. It truly is super exciting to hear that your reach school - for me, it was Chapman University - is actually within reach. 
Though applications for schools, financial aid, etc. are of course frustrating and confusing, if we had even the stupidest question about a blank space that needed to be filled, my parents and I could call or text Dan and he would have an answer almost immediately. He's even been generous enough to offer help to my parents as they fill out forms for grants and loans as I enter my sophomore year. 

By following Dan's advice, I ended up being accepted at Chapman for the Fall 2015 semester, AND able to attend despite an initially steep tuition, and I kid you not - every single day I walk through campus, and I can't help but look around and smile at how lucky I am to be studying exactly where I wanted to for so long.

In short: Dan rocks. You should call him."
- Stacey Bates
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