Find out how Richard saved $31,700 a year in tuition
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Most parents that have used the techniques taught in the GETTING MONEY FOR COLLEGE program achieve college discounts between $5,000 and $10,000 per year. 
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From: Jodi & Stuart Birns

We learned from Joel to appeal, appeal, appeal. There is nothing to lose. He wasn't kidding! Multiple colleges on our list increased their offers by $12,000 - $15,000 every year for four years
Saved $12,000 - $15,000 Per Year!

From: Richard Goldberg

Can't tell you how much your guidance has meant to our family. We were able to negotiate a grant package that saved us $31,700 per year! This was 40% more than they originally offered, and is the only reason my daughter can go to the university that was her first choice. Thanks for helping to make her dreams a reality.
Saved $31,700 Per Year!

From: Jeremy Driesen

It took Joel about ten minutes to increase my knowledge and understanding of paying for my kid's college by about tenfold. Before talking to Joel, I assumed that we simply weren't eligible for any tuition-reducing arrangements, but Joel educated me otherwise and it saved me $11,000. Don't even think of accepting an offer of admission from a college without speaking to him.
Saved $11,000 Per Year!

From: Jodi Trotta

We had no idea that college tuition was negotiable. In the end, we thought we had completed the process and then one of our son's top choice colleges offered $32,000 per year in grants to lower our cost. Our son is having a great time and we love the savings!
Saved $32,000 Per Year!

From: Erik Olesen

When our reach schools did not become reality Joel's straight forward approach helped take the emotional element out of the decision and made it a business decision based on the best fit.

With Joel's guidance we were able ‎to slow the process down and see the whole playing field. The tables turned and the schools were now offering better financial opportunities. Some did not, but several stepped up and knocked a substantial amount off of their annual tuition. Some schools came to us with 1 offer, some 2, and one 3 times.

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Check to See if Your College Will Negotiate?
There are more than 4,100 colleges and universities in the United States.  Almost every one of them will negotiate.  There are only 35 of them WILL NOT give tuition discounts.  Want to make sure that your colleges are not on this list before purchasing this course?

Just click the link below to check to see if the schools you are applying to will negotiate.
Download List of Colleges
This PDF document lists the 16 schools that don't negotiate regardless of income level as well as the 19 schools that don't negotiate regardless of some income levels.
We just received a significant grant from one of the colleges on our list.
Why do I need this program?
First of all, the fact that you received an offer of discounted tuition proves that tuition is not limited to what the colleges advertise. Tuition is negotiable!

Next, while you may be happy about the grant, remember that it was unsolicited and the college’s first offer.  All offers remain open until May 1st, the date by which all offers must be accepted.  It will never be reduced or taken away.  It establishes a new maximum cost.  You can always appeal for more.

Lastly, in most cases, the early unsolicited grant is from a college that is not your child’s top choice.  This may your first actual experience with the idea that the value of an education is a function of the quality and the price.  As the price goes down, the value rises. 

If your child already received an unsolicited grant, what was your reaction?  If you haven’t, think what your reaction would be to a college who provides an unsolicited offer of a price reduction.  I know that the reaction of a number of students and parents is to take a new look at the same college with a different value proposition. 

It all makes perfect sense.   It all also confirms the results of a competitive marketplace. Having the colleges compete for your child’s enrollment provides the opportunity to negotiate tuition.  What it doesn’t do is teach you how to best appeal for even larger grants … from the same colleges. 

The Getting Money for College process focuses on how to use your strengths to boost your advantage and save thousands of dollars on college.
Early Decision Applicants
If your child applied EARLY DECISION and was accepted, you DO NOT have the leverage to negotiate. You are among the few that cannot gain value from this course. The course is based on the fact that most families have a choice between colleges and that choice translates to negotiating leverage.
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Online Video Course
What Does The Getting Money For College Video Course Include?
Why Most Colleges Negotiate Tuition

Learn about the competition the colleges are facing and how to turn this into tuition discounts for you
The Importance of College Choice

Once your child has been accepted to more than one college, you begin building the basis for your negotiation. In this chapter, you will learn how to turn multiple acceptances into leveraged advantage
How to Research the Financial Aid History of Each College

Each college sets their own range of tuition discount they are willing to offer, but doesn’t publish this information anywhere. Learn where and how to get this financially vital information and see how to use it to manage your expectations during your negotiations.
Common FAFSA Mistakes

Thinking of tackling this application on your own? In this chapter, you will learn the challenges of the FAFSA questions and how mistakes can have a significant adverse impact when you appeal for greater tuition discounts.
Structuring Your Appeal for Discounted Tuition

As you prepare to meet with the Director of Financial Aid, this chapter helps you prepare the information and mindset for the most successful outcome. You will end up with a list of talking points to guide your appeal.
Making a Choice With Grants in Hand

Once you have received multiple offers of tuition discounts, this chapter will show you how to decide which college’s offer to accept.
Creating a Plan B

What if you do not get the discount you were expecting from your top choice college?  To avoid panic in the final weeks, this chapter helps you create plans for multiple outcomes.
Unrealized Benefits of College Loans

The most efficient way to pay for college may include loans. Even if you have the funds to pay the net cost (after appeal) in full, this chapter will help you consider how government guaranteed student loans may create benefits you hadn’t reviewed.
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Financial Aid Negotiation Guide
The Financial Aid Negotiation Guide is a role-playing resource to help prepare you for the most critical conversation in this process, your meeting with the Director of Financial Aid, to appeal for more grants to reduce tuition.

While many of us have previously negotiated the price of a home, a car, or even a flat screen TV, the stakes here seem greater. This is our child’s education we’re talking about with a cost of between $100,000 and $250,000+. That’s precisely why we developed this guide. 

With this guide, you will be better prepared to discuss YOUR issues and request for grants. When playing a game for the 1st time, the best way to win is to understand the rules and the best winning strategies used by others.
Financial Aid Checklist
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) seems to be the form everyone loves to hate. Why is it so despised and, most importantly, how can we get through it with as little suffering as possible? 

It is critical that you have the right information and the proper documents before you sit down to complete the FAFSA.  In the Financial Aid Checklist, we have put together a comprehensive checklist for you to make sure you have what you need and don't get mistakenly "timed-out" of the form because inactivity.   The financial aid process has enough stress built into it already. Make it easier with this easy to follow resource.
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Access To Our Private Facebook Group
In this group, you will have access to a community of parents just like you where you can exchange ideas, ask questions and get answers. You will also have direct access to JOEL PECK to ask questions about your unique situation and how to deal with it.