This post is in partnership with Florida Prepaid College Plans as part of their Starting is Believing campaign. All opinions are my own and may not reflect those of the company.
The month is almost over and another open enrollment period with Florida Prepaid is coming to an end. The enrollment period will be closed again until the Fall so don’t miss out on your chance to start saving for your child’s future. The deadline to enroll is February 28th, 2018.
So let’s taco ’bout saving for college! Are you still confused? Not sure which plan to start with? Scared to take the first step and enroll? The team at Florida Prepaid are there to help you along the way with a webinar and Facebook Live Q & A session.
Tuesday, February 20th you can join the Florida Prepaid team and Florida Prepaid advocate, Cristy Clavijo-Kish to learn how families have been using Florida Prepaid for over 25 years to send their children to college. Connect with a Florida mom who has Prepaid Plans for her twins — giving you a firsthand perspective on how to get started and how saving early can have an impact on your child’s future success. The webinar is only 45 minutes and you can even squeeze it in during nap time or during your lunch break. Join them from 12-12:45pm. To register for the webinar: https://www.webcaster4.com/Webcast/Page/1511/24661
If you’re still confused and want to ask questions, you can join them for their Florida Prepaid LIVE Q & A session on Facebook Live; February 23rd from 1:30-2pm EDT. To join them: https://www.facebook.com/events/171024353531456/
It’s never too late to start saving for College! Florida Prepaid open enrollment is going on through the end of February. It doesn’t take much to open an account and you can start saving for your child’s future today!
What are you waiting for? What’s stopping you from enrolling?
Use coupon code CALLEY1718 and save $25 off the application fee during open enrollment with Florida Prepaid College Plan.
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