College Without Ramen Noodles, A Guide to Affording College

College Without Ramen Noodles, A Guide to Affording College

by Floyd Saunders
College Without Ramen Noodles, A Guide to Affording College

College Without Ramen Noodles, A Guide to Affording College

by Floyd Saunders



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Do you doubt that college is possible for you? Stop doubting and read College Without Ramen Noodles; A Guide to Affording College. In 10 chapters, this highly readable guide provides college students and their parents with dozens of ways to make college a reality. In fact, use enough of these tips, and you may keep college debt at zero.

Author Floyd Saunders has spent the last 20 years helping his five kids get post-secondary education using many of the options highlighted in this book. If you are already working on a degree, start cutting expenses now using 78 practical tips that lower your living expenses. Mr. Saunders even tells you some good reasons why you might be better off with an alternative to a college degree. Regardless of your circumstances, this book offers valuable information as you consider going to college.

For parents, get valuable tips on savings for college and guidance on what to do if you haven't saved enough (it's actually OK you didn't). College Without Ramen Noodles is written from the author's personal experience of sending five kids to college over the past 20 years. His children attended trade schools, private colleges and state universities. Over the past 20 years Mr. Saunders had to use money saved in college funds, loans and current income to fund his children's education.

Mr. Saunders takes his personal experience and combines it with a carefully researched book full of practical advice and tips. You make think college is too expensive or that the only way to afford college is with lots of student loans. In this guide to affording college, the author offers lots of optional ways to get the college education you need to be ready for the career you want and make sure it is still affordable. From working part-time, to getting a full ride scholarship, this book covers all the options.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045293013
Publisher: Floyd Saunders
Publication date: 09/18/2013
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: eBook
File size: 184 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Floyd Saunders is the author of several books including: Figuring Out Wall Street, Family Financial Freedom, 10 Step Money, College Without Ramen Noodles and Common Sense Money. Mr. Saunders has also authored four programs for the American Bankers Association, Banking on Mutual Funds and Annuities, Mutual Funds and Annuities, Introduction to Securities Markets and Investing in Securities.
Floyd D. Saunders has a diverse background in the financial services industry, including experience in retail banking, investment banking, insurance, investments, financial planning, and tax preparation. He has been an adjunct faculty member for Baker University, St. Mary’s College and Community Colleges in California, teaching courses in personal financial planning, managerial finance, money and banking, and principles of banking. He has also taught extensively for the American Institute of Banking and various banks.

Mr. Saunders’ professional experience includes assignments in the business lines of retail banking operations, investment banking, institutional trust and securities services, employee and management training, and systems engineering for banking, accounting, and tax preparation firms. He has worked for Bank of America, JP Morgan and JPMorgan Chase, and as a consultant in the financial services industry. He has prior experience as a registered representative and frequently publishes articles on personal financial planning.

Mr. Saunders earned a Master of Arts degree in Management from Central Michigan University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from San Diego State University.

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