How to Get Your Child into the Right College and Pay Less!





  • How to pay for college with pre-tax dollars and have the IRS pay for a big piece of your college expenses.
  • How to significantly increase your students chances of winning private scholarship awards.
  • How to send your child to an expensive private university for the same or less than the cost of a state school.
  • How to get money from colleges and universities even if you don’t qualify for “need-based” financial aid.
  • Exactly what you should and should not do BEFORE applying to college so your child is offered more money.
  • Some of the biggest mistakes parents make when paying for college and how to avoid them.


Choose the location & date that works best for you!

Brecksville Community Center  May 1, 2010  9-11 AM

Strongsville Senior Center  May 6, 2010  7-9 PM

Solon Community Center  May 20, 2010  7-9 PM

About our organizers & presenters:

David Stoffer

Dave has over 30 years of experience in counseling and placement in higher education. A writer, speaker and frequent lecturer, he averages over 100 college and university visits per year and has visited over 1,200 college and university campuses. His knowledge of educational opportunities, campus life, and financial aid generosity of each individual college and university is second to none.

Dave has written articles in the “Journal of College Admissions,” “Solutions” and “College Bound,” all college admissions professional journals. He has been quoted in Kristin Davis’ book, “Financing College,” published by The Kiplinger’s Washington Editors, Inc. Stoffer’s concepts and ideas are the basis of Ms. Davis’ chapter on “The Financial Side of Choosing a College.”

Dave will be speaking on “How to Play the Competitive College Admission Game”.

Randy Rohde

Randy is president & CEO of Education Solutions, LLC, operating 12 Sylvan Learning Centers in Ohio. Sylvan Learning Center is the largest supplemental education provider in the U.S. and Canada, with more than 1,100 neighborhood learning centers throughout North America. Sylvan’s certified teachers provide one-on-one attention to help students uncover their natural urge to learn. Working in partnership with public and private schools within the community, they personalize instruction in study skills, reading, basic math, algebra, writing and college entrance exam preparation.

Randy will be speaking on “Techniques Your Student Can Use to Score Higher on the SAT/ACT.

Don James, CPA/PFS, CFP

Don is the director of tax & financial planning at Kiplinger & Co., CPAs. He is also affiliated with Fox College Funding as a college consultant.  Fox helps parents with a college-bound high school student, who won’t qualify for need-based financial aid, reduce their college expenses by thousands of dollars.  In many cases their customized planning results in a family knocking off a full year’s cost of college.

Fox’s planning utilizes combinations of academic, cash flow and tax reduction strategies for higher income or high net worth families who assume they have to pay the “sticker price” for college because they can’t qualify for financial aid. These tax strategies, which were developed by three nationally-known CPAs, can result in the IRS paying a big piece of the family’s college expenses.  They focus on showing parents how they can pay for college and still be able to save for retirement and other financial priorities. Most people are not even aware that this type of planning exists.

Don will be speaking on “Strategies to Significantly Reduce Your Family’s College Expenses”.

Don’t miss this important presentation on how to reduce your college bills by thousands of dollars!

There is no charge for this event but reservations are required as space is limited.

RSVP or call 440-238-0554


About Don James, CPA/PFS, CFP
Don is the Tax & Financial Planning partner with Kiplinger & Co., CPAs headquartered in sunny Cleveland, Ohio since 1982. He partners with business owners and families and specializes in goal achievement solutions, tax minimization strategies and serves in the role of gatekeeper of sound financial advice.

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