Westface College Planning’s Twitter Listed in Top 10 Ranking
Last week, we were proud to be named by “The College Money Man” JR Vasquez as one of his Top 10 Twitter feeds under the umbrella of admissions, scholarship and financial aid. He’s consistently kept tabs on and re-blogged our guest-submitted posts on College Smart Radio.
This is a snippet about us from his article:
Beatrice Schultz, CFP®, BSc, MSM founded Westface College Planning, as well as co-founder of Westface Financial and Insurance Services. She hosts College Smart Radio 1220am KDOW each week airing Saturdays from 3:00pm-3:30pm PST. Her feed is also a mix of curated and home-grown content via her site and blog, focusing often on the financial aspects of maximizing aid for families of college bound teens and the tax implications of college.”
Along with yours truly, he also listed popular financial planner Jodi Okun, the “no-nonsense” college counselor Sia Knight, and Monica Matthews (how2winscholarships.com) among other honorable mentions.
We pride ourselves on consistent updates on our Twitter and re-tweeting only essential, unique and/or thought-provoking college planning articles, pictures and infographics. #WeWantYou to be part of our discussions and absorb our content.
Westface College Planning can help navigate the financial aid process from start to finish. To learn how we can help you call us at 650-587-1559 or sign up for one of our Tackling the Runaway Costs of College Workshops or Webinars.
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