Many people going to college today haven't done the proper planning, and are now accumulating debt at an alarming rate - to cover tuition, books, travel expenses, dormitory living, and many other campus costs. Many people have just given up on a "better life" associated with higher education because they think that going to college is out of their reach. Higher education is a big business these days, and new schools are popping up all over the United States, and all of them have their own policies, procedures, and costs.
The two largest questions for college planning are this: is there time to "plan" and save, or will you be enrolling shortly? After that, there are many more questions you'll need answers for: Should you start a college savings plan? What do those options look like? What are the costs of colleges out there? How exactly do school loans work? How do I find grants? Which schools have what resources? How do I rank the programs? What scholarship programs are out there?
If you want help navigating the jungle of college funding and selection give us a call - we can connect you with a college planning expert and get you the best resources available. If so, it's time to make a move. #MoveToFLiP

Meet Harley Hunter

1. As “Financial Swing Coaches”, we educate, teach and show our clients that the velocity and efficiency of money has a greater impact on their ability to accumulate, distribute and preserve their wealth than finding better investments with higher rates of return because we are able to reduce taxes, avoid or mitigate losses, reduce risk and “find” money they are transferring away unknowingly and unnecessarily.
2. President - Global Strategies Group Ltd. Coordinate, manage, administrate, and supervise all the day-to-day activities of Global Strategies worldwide, principally in the area of personal, estate, business, tax, asset protection, Special Needs, and heritage/legacy (charitable) planning with a unique special emphasis since 2008 after reacquiring Global Strategies Group Ltd. – see
3. Problem solving and the implementation of procedures to prevent their reoccurrence. Coordination of all financial disciplines (business, legal, accounting, tax, asset protection, financial products and services) in order to maximize the efficient use of one's business and personal income and assets. Client incomes and net worth's typically exceed $250,000 per year and $1.5 million (or more) respectively.
4. Extensive analysis of client’s personal and business affairs so as to originate and implement specific and detailed structures for the accomplishment of a client’s needs and objectives, including the reduction of income, capital gain, and estate taxes where possible, while maximizing one’s asset and income protection and charitable flexibility.
5. Bringing substantial value to C-Corps and Non-Profits with a unique tax efficient financial concept that converts cash flow expenses for key employees’ bonuses and other employee benefits to an ever increasing asset on the company balance sheet. Simultaneously, it attracts and retains key employees with multi-faceted benefits that are never taxable to the employees (even at distribution) while bringing substantial new money to the table with 3:1 leverage for the key employee. This further saves the company additional FICA costs. End result, more tax free benefits for employer and employee at a lower cost than any other retirement vehicle available and retains key employees better and longer than any other fringe benefit!
6. Establish discriminatory (selective) fringe benefit programs for business owners and selected key employees free of the cumbersome ERISA restrictions and limitations and costly administration so as to provide asset protection and maximize non-taxable cash flow at some future point.

1967-1970 Financial Service Corporation of America - Regional Manager
1966-1967 Registered Funds, Inc. - Regional Manager
1963-1966 U.S. Marine Corps - Officer, active duty
1960-1963 U.S. Marine Corps - Enlisted, Reserves
1958-1963 St. Lawrence University, Canton, New York

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