This post is sponsored by the Florida Prepaid College Board, through my role as a Believer Blogger. All thoughts are my own.
Florida Prepaid Open Enrollment Ends 2/28/18
All right, fellow procrastinators. This one’s for you.
Open Enrollment for Florida Prepaid ends on 2/28/18. That’s just a few short days from now, so if you haven’t purchased your plan yet, now’s the time! Visit myfloridaprepaid.com to enroll today, and don’t forget to use promo code RUNSIT1718 to save $25 on your registration fee.
You know I’m the Queen of Procrastination, but it’s super important to purchase your plan as soon as possible so that you can lock in today’s plan prices. Are you putting it off because you have reservations? I totally understand – it’s a big commitment. But there are some common misconceptions about Florida Prepaid, and perhaps I can clear some of them up.
Florida Prepaid: Fact Vs. Fiction
Myth: Florida Prepaid is restricted to Florida schools.
Fact: Not true! It isn’t restricted to Florida schools; the amount covered by your Prepaid Plan can be used at schools nationwide.
Myth: If my child doesn’t go to college, I will lose all the money I invested.
Fact: Nope. If your child ends up not going to college, you will be able to change the beneficiary of the Prepaid Plan or get your money back.
Myth: Florida Prepaid can only be used if my child remains a Florida resident.
Fact: If you know my story, you know this is false! If your family moves out of Florida after purchasing a Prepaid Plan, your child would still be billed at in-state tuition rates when using their plan at a Florida college or state university.
By the way guys, if you weren’t able to catch the Florida Prepaid webinar earlier this week, you can view a replay of it of it. It’s got loads of great info and will hopefully answer any of your remaining questions.
Don’t put it off. Make an investment in your child’s future and purchase a Florida Prepaid College Plan TODAY.
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