School & University Fees Simplified 2013/14 (Paperback)Tony Granger (author)
Paperback Published: 18/06/2013
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This definitive guide to funding students through school and university is an essential guide both for parents and for students. The book explains how the fee structures work, and describes the various financial support schemes available to help with both tuition and maintenance costs. It goes on to explain how parents can prepare for the costs, including a detailed review of all the alternative investment strategies which can be employed to secure the necessary funding in the most tax-efficient way possible. School & University Fees Simplified is packed with information and advice, and will provided a source of invaluable and sometimes unexpected assistance for parents and grandparents looking for ways to ease the financial burden of providing for ever-increasing education fees. The book shows readers how to: * take advantage of available student loans, grants and allowances * obtain loan finance (in addition to student loans) * get employers to help with fees * organise tax-efficient investments to produce the required funding * create a retirement fund whilst funding education fees * negotiate with education providers to reduce fees. The cost of paying just one child's way through private education at any level (primary, secondary or university) can be daunting. For two, three or more children it can be a seriously worrying process for any but the most well-heeled parents. However, with the right planning, and a structured tax-efficient programme, it can be managed. This book will show you how. Foreword by Sir Christopher Woodhead, Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Schools In England from 1994 until 2000.
Publisher: Management Books 2000 Ltd
Weight: 360 g
Dimensions: 210 x 148 x 13 mm
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