Library Plans College Funding And Medicare Seminars

The Mt. Olive Public Library plans to host a College Funding Seminar on Tues., Oct. 25 at 7 p.m. in the Gathering Room.
This free seminar, presented by Alvin G. Newell, vice president of Solutions for College Funding, Inc., will discuss how parents of college-bound high school juniors and seniors can receive $2,500 – $25,000 per year that most don’t even know about.
The seminar will cover why some middle-class and upper-middle class parents pay close to nothing for their children’s college education; how to double or triple eligibility for financial aid; how to pick the college that will give the most free money, less loans; how to get the maximum amount of money from each school; little known ways to position one’s assets, maximizing the aid one would get; how to fill out complicated application forms accurately to avoid costly mistakes. Also, find out why 90 percent of these forms are filled out wrong.

Learn how to avoid the top five mistakes people make on Medicare at a Medicare Workshop set for Thur., Oct. 27 from 6 p.m.-7:30 p.m. at the library.
This free seminar is presented by Larry Scoloveno, a registered representative of INVEST. At this workshop, learn what’s changing in 2017; five biggest mistakes made by Medicare beneficiaries; original Medicare versus Medicare Advantage plans; how do Medicare supplement policies work; how do Medicare prescription drug programs work?

Registration requested. Call 973-691-8686, ext. 106 or go to HYPERLINK “” to register.

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