College Planning

Wealth Planning Corporation specializes in helping families plan and prepare for financing higher education.


College Pre-Approval™ is a proprietary financial planning methodology developed to help families and students reach better financial outcomes from higher education and is owned by Capstone College Partners, LTD.  Our mission and highest aspiration is to help advisors end the student loan crisis, one family at a time.


Be prepared for a college-planning discussion with a Wealth Planning Corporation Advisor. 
This checklist outlines all of the data and information we’ll need to help you create a realistic picture of your college planning needs. 


WPC Private College Consultation will use the College Aid Pro (CAP) software to provide you with a customized report specific to your student’s academic profile and your family’s
financial information.


Start working with the Wealth Planning Corporation team today to begin your family’s discussion and planning for higher education needs.


It’s never too early to begin planning especially when it comes to paying for college tuition and all the associated costs of higher education.  We have the training and resources available to guide you through the process so you make informed and appropriate choices for your student and family. 

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