This post is sponsored by the Florida Prepaid College Board, through my role as a Believer Blogger. All thoughts are my own.

100th Day of School - TM2S

My kiddos just celebrated their 10oth day of school and while I was in my son’s class celebration, I heard the teacher remind the students that they were almost first graders. Had it already been 100 days? Was my baby boy almost done with his Kindergarten year? Naturally, the kids were excited about that BUT that reminded me that their school years go by so fast. It feels like it was just the the other day that my daughter was the one starting Kindergarten and he was home with me. My kiddos will be off to middle school, graduating from high school and off to college in what will feel like a blink of an eye (most days…LOL).

While I can’t stop time (although I’m still hoping to do so) to prevent them from growing up, I do have control over financially planning for their college years. There is no time like the present to get their college plan going. That being said, I wanted to remind you that open enrollment for Florida Prepaid College Plans ends on February 28th…so if you want to get your child enrolled, now is the time to do it (especially now that rates are lower than they have been in years).

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I also wanted to share that they currently have a promotion going on that you may also want to check out. The Florida Prepaid College Foundation is having a scholarship giveaway going on now through Feb 18. Where Floridians can enter daily for a chance to win a 1-Year Florida University Plan . There will be 10 winners. Enter here for your chance to win: http://www.floridaprepaidscholarshipprogram.com…Good Luck!

Are your kiddos enrolled in a Florida Prepaid College Plan? If not, what’s holding you back? For more information about Florida Prepaid College Plans, click HERE. Want to get a better idea as to what a Florida Prepaid College Plan is going to cost you? Check out their prices calculator.

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