This Florida Prepaid College Plans post about enrolling your child in a Florida Prepaid Plan is sponsored by the Florida Prepaid College Board, through my role as a Believer Blogger. However, All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Every time I think of me graduating, in addition to the pride I feel, I also feel relief. Relief that I was able to achieve my goal, relief that those days are gone and relief that I graduated without any student loan debt. With student loan debt being a significant issue with the average student graduating with at least $29,000 in loans, I’d love for my kiddos to be able to focus on their college education without graduating with massive loan debt or having to work full time like I had to do. There is already so much they have to be worried about as thy figure out this next stage of their lives. With e one less major thing to worry about, they can come into their own without that additional stress. That being said, there are 3 things I wanted to remind you of about the Florida Prepaid Plans:

  • Open Enrollment ends on February 28, 2018.
  • There is a Prepaid Plan for any budget. For example, they have a 1-Year Florida University Plan that allows you to purchase one year or 30 credit hours at a time…starting at under $50 a month.
  • You can save $25 off the application fee during open enrollment by using the following code: Fun1718.

As I mentioned before, the 2017/2018 Open Enrollment period is only open through February 28, 2018. Don’t miss your chance to enroll because if you do, you’ll have to wait until next year to get started. So, use your savings code and lock in your rate before prices go up.

For more information or to get started, you can visit the Florida Prepaid Website.

Want to know more? Check out: Florida Prepaid Myths Debunked

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