Tens of thousands of families used to buy into the Florida Prepaid College Program every year, hoping to lock in a lower price for a university education for their children.
But as tuition and student fees have soared, so has the cost of the program, pricing out many low- and moderate-income families. Prepaid Program officials are now steering some families toward the less-expensive community-college plans.
If you’re new to the workforce or graduating college this spring, attend a free webinar sponsored by the Department of Labor where you’ll learn to plan for your financial future.
You’ll learn about tools for budgeting, student loan repayment options and how to make the most of employer-provided retirement and health benefits.
Sign up now and join the event Friday at 1 p.m. ET.