The 1st Scalable College Planning Education System
The 1st D-I-Y College Planning Educational System
LFE’s new educational 5-Step CAP System is the first digital solution for late-stage College Planning. It was designed to quickly guide families through the complex maze of core Post-COVID College Planning decisions – the Rules of the costly ‘Game of College’ – to prevent prevent costly mistakes that are affecting millions of families every year.
Developed by LFE and a National Team of Financial and Academic Advisors, its purpose is to ensure that every dollar spent on college is invested wisely, which not only provides a brighter financial future for students … but protects the retirement assets of those who support them! See actualCAP Case Studies(PDF) to learn how families are saving thousands using this unique System.
What CAP Clients Say
Researching college during work hours cost my employer $1,450.
CAP would have cut that time by 90%!
As a first-generation college student, my daughter learned questions we never thought to ask, and so many ways to reduce college costs.
Step #4 alone will save us $34,000.
San Francisco, CA
We’ve spent $185,000 on college for our son (a Junior), but he still didn’t know what he wanted to do when graduated. CAP helped him focus. He now has a College Action Plan and much better prospects for a great career.
New College Related Trends
50 & Older: The 2nd fastest growing age group for student loan debt – Department of Education
60 & Older: #1 fastest growing age group for student debt – Grew by 33% in 2020! – Fidelity
Students with no College Plan spend up to 3.5 times more for college – Sallie Mae
60% of grads take 6 years or more to complete a 4-year degree – Department of Education
Students are training for jobs that no longer exist – NBC News
41% of recent pre-COVID college grads work in jobs that don’t require a degree – Federal Reserve
500,000 students have worthless credits & degrees from colleges that closed over the past 5 years – AACRAO
4.6 million families walk away from free college money every year – Forbes