My Best Debt-Free College Interview Yet

Listen On Your Drive to Work Today

To listen to my best debt-free college interview yet, click here.

Listen while you’re driving or getting ready in the morning, and you just might change the life of a student you love.

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In March of 2018 I was interviewed by Andy Earle, a Loyola Marymount University researcher who focuses on parent-teen communication and teen thriving and flourishing. I’ve been interviewed many times since my book LAUNCH came out in 2017, but this interview is by far the best. It’s the best produced, the most in-depth, the most inspiring, and the most informative.

To listen to the entire interview, click here.

You’ll feel a growing sense of hope for the teens and 20somethings you love.

I love what Andy Earle says about the debt-free college strategies I provide in LAUNCH.

After reading LAUNCH cover to cover, Andy says:

LAUNCH has become one of the most well-respected books on this subject (it’s the go-to reference book for financial planners and college consultants and coaches) because Jeannie isn’t just about doing college cheap, she’s about doing it debt-free and so effectively that it results in a great, satisfying career after college is over.”

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Buy LAUNCH Before 1/11/17 — Get Bonuses Worth $248

Today I’m announcing the extra bonuses your family will receive if you purchase LAUNCH by January 11, 2017.

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WAIT! Don’t Throw Away the Receipt for the School Supplies!

Save your cash register receipt when buying school supplies. Here’s why.

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Every notebook, pen, and graphing calculator you buy just might lower your eventual state tax bill — even if you have a very high income.

In some states, such as Minnesota, K-12 school supplies and other expenses qualify for an “education subtraction,” which can mean money in your pocket. An “educational subtraction” means that you get to subtract school-related expenses from your taxable income on your state income tax return. This can mean less tax for you, even if you’re from a very wealthy family.

But wait; look at these other school expenses that may also reduce your taxable income! 

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