5 Ways to Save Money When Your Kid Heads to College (And 1 Way Not To). Bankruptcy Attorney Bankruptcy Ventura Oxnard Camarillo Santa Barbara Woodland Hills Los Angeles CA


When you see articles with the words “college” and “money” in the headline, the news that follows isn’t typically very comforting. The stories usually also contain words like “debt” and “loans,” and phrases like “growing cost,” and “over $1 trillion dollars.”
So I’ll forgive you for not believing me the first time I tell you that you can actually save money when your son or daughter goes off to school.
How much? Well, it’s not going to make up for the large tuition check you had to write. But it will make you feel a little bit better. Here are five areas where you can find extra cash — plus one “cost-cutting” trick that you should actually avoid:

The Law Office of Susan J. Salehi has helped 1000’s of people like yourself with Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcies since 1992, both in the Santa Barbara/Ventura and Kern County areas.  We offer a free consultation, reasonable rates and payment plans. All of your options will be explained during your free consultation with the attorney at the Law Offices of Susan J. Salehi.  We ask that you bring six months’ proof of income (paystubs/rent receipts/profit and loss statement if self-employed), the last two years’ tax return, a credit report – free ones are available at www.annualcreditreport.com, any foreclosure notices, lawsuits, and correspondence from the IRS or FTB if you owe pastdue taxes.

Call today for a free, no-obligation consultation, contact us through our website at www.bkhelpnow.com or write to us at salehilaw@aol.com.

Start at only $999 Attorney Fees. Restrictions Apply. Stop Foreclosures with a Chapter 13. Operators 24/7. (805) 654-1467, (818) 880-8305, (661) 631-0252, (805) 202-4688.




This entry was posted in Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy Attorney, bkhelpnow.com, Foreclosures, Free Consultation, Santa Barbara, Susan J Salehi, Uncategorized, Ventura, Woodland Hills and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.