Hi, I'm Nancy

What if student loans didn't exist?

What would you do?

Can I ask:

  • Do you know how you're going to pay for college?
  • Have you saved enough?
  • How much time do you have?
  • Do you really know how much college will cost your family?

How do those questions make you feel?   Uneasy?  Guilty?  Maybe a bit inadequate?

Then you're in the right place!

You're the kind of parent who wants their child to get a great degree...but you're not quite sure how to do it...or how much it will cost.

Does this sound familiar?

  • Maybe you didn't save as much as you could have?
  • Maybe you feel your family makes too much money to qualify for help?

I can help.  

Nancy McKenna

Single parent. Accountant. Personal Finance Geek. Student Debt-Free Strategist.

Student debt will be the next financial bubble to burst”

after all, they can't take the degree back!

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I'm a "high income" parent too.    I've done the research.  I can show you how to 

get our child through college without a student debt hangover.

Fun Facts about Nancy:

I hates tattoos

Talk about not thinking ahead!  I have made my kids a solemn promise that I will personally remove any tattoo they choose to have inked onto their virgin skin.

I don't believe in astrology or the lottery

I do believe in creating my own luck through planning and living with intention and purpose.  As Douglas MacArthur said "the best luck of all is the luck you make yourself"

Lego royal family

I'm a huge Anglophile

I love it all - Jane Austen, the Beatles, afternoon tea, gorgeous gardens..I've probably been to England 15-20 times, but it's not enough!  (Here is a rendering of the Royal Wedding in Legos, at Hamleys on Regent St).

Chesapeake Bay home

I hope to retire on a waterfront property on the Chesapeake Bay.

I don't sail (yet), but I will. I also see myself kayaking, crabbing (maybe), bicycling and horseback riding.  Oh, and I also plan to take up the piano and tap dancing.

McKenna family at Virginia's first communion - Potomac, Maryland (I'm the youngest)

My parents put 7 kids through college

So I should be able to get two kids through college without debt, right?

I heard somewhere that "30 years ago paying for college was like buying a car....now it's like buying a house!"     Does that give us an excuse to borrow for college?  Or does it mean we have to work harder to avoid it?

Molly and Tommy in the tub

I am determined to get my kids through college...

...without debt.  I only have two kids to get through college.  I can do it!  I've spent the last year studying, researching and strategizing.   I was determined to learn if there is any financial help available to a parent that makes a good six figure income?  And guess what I found out?  

Let me help you!

I can show you what I've learned - and save you a ton of time!

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