Florida Prepaid’s Open Enrollment period for 2020 has ended, but the opportunities to save for college aren’t over. Learn more about a 529 Savings Plan and summer promotion from Florida Prepaid.
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I have a few May 2020 updates from Florida Prepaid, plus some educational resources from Scholastic for grades Prek-2. I hope you’ll find them helpful during these last few days of school (and beyond).
Florida Prepaid Open Enrollment is now, and here’s how they’re helping families during these challenging times. Open Enrollment ends 4/30/20.
Last month Florida governor Ron DeSantis announced that the Florida Prepaid College Board has lowered plan prices by a total of $1.3 billion. In addition to creating lower priced plans for new customers during the current Open Enrollment period, this price reduction impacted 224,000 current plan holders – including me!
If you missed Florida Prepaid Open Enrollment, you don’t have to wait a whole year to enroll. You can enroll in a 529 Savings Plan today. Plus learn how to earn a $50 contribution to get started!
The last day of Florida Prepaid Open Enrollment is 4/30/19, so that gives you just 15 more days to purchase a prepaid college savings plan. If you’re still on the fence about enrolling, I’ve rounded up some resources to help you make a decision. Plus find out how to save 50% on tickets for LEGOLAND® Florida.
5 Ways that you can help your Florida grandkids (and their parents) pay for college. Florida Prepaid Open Enrollment ends 4/30/19. Save $30 when you enroll with code RUNSIT19.
It’s Florida Prepaid Open Enrollment time! If you use promo code RUNSIT19 by 3/2/19 your entire enrollment fee will waived (a $50 savings). Today we’re covering some FAQs to get you started.
It’s Open Enrollment time for Florida Prepaid, and I’ve got some updates for you. Here’s everything you need to know about Florida Prepaid College Plans in 2019.