The importance and cost of a college education
2004-2015 Consumer Price Index Increases
Major consumer categories
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics – 2015
The cost of a college education is exploding at a rate more than double that of overall inflation.
At the same time, college is becoming both more important for a young person trying to gain a foothold in the American economy – and more expensive.
A report published in June 2016 by the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce showed that college educated workers are in far higher demand than they were just a couple of decades ago.
What’s causing this exponential growth in the tuition and fees a college student must bear? It’s simple. More and more people are placing a greater value on the benefits of a higher education. Allegis Financial Partners has a number of tools and strategies you can use to potentially help you afford the college education that will give your kids the opportunity to succeed in school and in life.
We’ll be happy to explain these strategies to you in detail, including which one is virtually tax free, which one potentially offers the best return, and which one provides guaranteed growth.
We’d be happy to come to you at a time that’s convenient for you.