Ep. #85 - What The Wealthy Do w/ Their Money That The Poor & Middle Class Don’t w/ Ron Caruthers
On today’s episode we special guest Ron Caruthers, he’s the Owner Of Caruthers College & Financial Solutions and a Too Ranked College Financial Planner. We discuss how soon parents should start planning for college, following your passion when it’s not lucrative, what the wealthy do with their money that the poor and middle class don’t do, saving on taxes, how to get into college without going into debt, protecting your assets in a divorce & more. For more information follow him on Twitter @RonCaruthers.This episode is sponsored by @Capital_SB. She’s the creator of the ‘Gifitize’ app and Financial Starter Kit book, you can purchase the book at www.financialstarterkit.com. If you want to learn about the Defense Industry and how to obtain a stable high paying career, you can purchase her Defense Industry Guide www.defenseindustry.guideMusic by @Zim_mill
LWC 48: Millionaire Tax Strategies and How to Go to College For Free with Ron Caruthers
Life Worth Chasing
Do you want to go to college but it's too damn expensive, or send your kids there but no idea how to pay for it? Have you ever wondered how millionaires pay so little in taxes? Ron Caruthers works in financial services, but with a unique approach: he helps people find money they're losing unknowingly AND unnecessarily. Ron's philosophy is that there is more opportunity to help clients avoid losses than picking 'winners' by focusing on the 5 key areas where everyone is losing money without realizing it. Ron Caruthers taught as an adjunct instructor at four local colleges in the San Diego area. He currently teaches CPAs on how the college rules intersect with their tax practice. He has been interviewed on ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox. He has also been quoted in Forbes, Newsweek, Inc. Magazine, USA Today and the Wall Street Journal, among other publications. He currently enjoys life in Carlsbad Village, a town on the water about 35 miles north of downtown San Diego with his wife Sylvia, and a purse dog named Star. He is a dad to three children, Jessika, Brennan, and Lexi- all who went to college for free. On today’s episode of Life Worth Chasing, Chase sits down with Ron to discuss all things taxes, financial planning and even how to send your kids to college for free. How to find money you're losing unknowingly What are the 5 key areas people are losing money Tax strategies for flippers and real estate investors Where to stash cash between your real estate deals Roth vs. Traditional IRA and 401k How to pay little or zero for college Chase’s Resources: www.chasemaher.com Follow Chase on Twitter Follow Chase on Instagram Follow Chase on YouTube Ron’s Resources: Get Your First Month Free w/ Audible Click Here For All Your Skip-Tracing Needs Ron on KUSI- FAFSA application mistakes and how to avoid them Forbes Article-How to successfully appeal a financial aid appeal letter Ron’s retirement video: How to Avoid the Four Biggest Retirement Risks that Everybody Faces Website: roncaruthers.com Facebook: @carutherssolutions Twitter: @roncaruthers
Tips For Financing College And Common FAFSA Mistakes | Ron Caruthers | Episode 97
Mighty Parenting | Raising Teens | Parenting Young Adults
Parents want to give their child the option of going to college, and especially the college of their dreams. But do parents really understand financing college—the options, the lingo, and must-do items? There are many things to consider and many ways to cut costs or secure funding for your child. Sandy Fowler has a detailed discussion with college planning expert Ron Caruthers. They discuss college savings plans and selecting a college. Ron shares why every family should complete the FAFSA and common mistakes to avoid since over 75% of families make a critical mistake that costs them money. They also get into little-discussed ways to minimize costs and getting more aid money from colleges. All this and more on this episode of the Mighty Parenting podcast. Our Guest: Ron Caruthers Detailed Show Notes and Support at MightyParenting.com Our Sponsor: Ecree - On-demand virtual writing tutor for students Support this podcast at MightyParenting.com/support
P&P: Ron Caruthers "How to Pay for College Without Going Broke"
The Prepped and Polished Podcast
On episode 214, Alexis Avila talks to Ron Caruthers. Ron Caruthers is the nation’s foremost expert on college planning and college funding, and the author of What Your Guidance Counselor Isn’t Telling You…Inside Secrets to Choosing Your Career, Selecting Your Major and Getting Into Your Top College Choice.Ron Caruthers was an adjunct instructor at Palomar and Mira Costa Colleges in San Diego, California, and a regular on San Diego’s morning news programs. He has been interviewed on ABC, CBS, NBC and FOX. He has also been quoted in Newsweek, Inc. Magazine, USA Today and the Wall Street Journal, among other publications.Ron’s 5 step process to getting the most free money: 1. Make sure you understand the formula and get your number down as low as possible2. Pick schools that are affordable on own or have money to give you (more expensive schools have money to give) 3. Fill out your forms accurately and on time (December is fine and don’t apply the first two weeks of October)4. Appeal a financial aid decision if necessary. Most of the time when you appeal, you get more money5. Look for grants and outside scholarshipsRon’s final advice for teens and parents: College is not free but it can be more affordable if you understand the system. So get educated. To work with Ron Caruthers check out http://www.roncaruthers.comFor More Information Visit: preppedandpolished.com.Enjoy, Thanks for Listening and remember at The Prepped and Polished Podcast, We Empower You to Take Control of Your Education!
Cheri Hill is joined by Ron Caruthers, an expert on planning financing for college. Ron has great advice for any future students, and their parents. Today he covers some questions that Cheri has, and looks at Universities vs Community Colleges.https://www.roncaruthers.com https://www.cherihillshow.comOriginal Airdate- 07/29/2019