College. The simple word can strike fear in the hearts of parents everywhere when they consider the costs associated with a four-year degree. Whether you help your kids pay for college or not if they decide to attend college there are a lot of options they have to help cut costs and save more. That’s why I’m excited to share this week’s book of the week, College Poor No More. Author Michelle Perry Higgins shares sound advice for students who are considering college. It’s geared towards your students-not you, which is refreshing.
Even better? The proceeds from the book give back! 100% of the profits from this book will go to providing scholarships for deserving students.
College Poor No More
In College Poor No More! Michelle Perry Higgins offers 100 ways to avoid money shortages that plague most college students, and teaches them how to get the most out of the dollars they have.
Slated for release on May 1, 2015 by New Year Publishing, the book is aimed for high school graduates, college students and a perfect gift from the parents and grandparents that love them.
You can pre-order the book on Amazon.
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About Michelle Perry Higgins
Michelle Perry Higgins is an award-winning financial planner, mother of two, and author of the Amazon best-selling books: The Everything Binder: Financial, Estate, and Personal Affairs Organizer and Stocks, Bonds & Soccer Moms: 7 Steps to a Balanced Life. Michelle is on the Wall Street Journal Expert Panel and is a much-in-demand contributor to such esteemed media outlets as CNBC, CBS, Yahoo! Finance, MSN Money, and the Los Angeles Times amongst others. Michelle serves on the Saint Mary’s College Women’s Leadership Council as it is her passion to give back by mentoring young women and helping to raise scholarship funds.