There’s no substitute for experience, especially when it comes to getting free money for college...
Bob Ilukowicz, president of American College Savers woke up in a cold sweat one morning when he realized that he would soon have four children in college – and huge tuition payments for the next 14 years. That thought hit him like a bolt of lightening 23 years ago. From that moment on, Bob has been searching full-time for more money and better schools – first for his own children, and then for thousands of concerned parents worried about financing their child's college education.
All four of Bob’s children attended expensive private colleges of their choice, at substantial savings – savings that made it possible to do. Bob’s success drew the attention of the media. Local radio stations, Long Island's Newsday, Newsweek and Reuters have interviewed and quoted Bob in their reports about tuition costs and financial aid. Most tellingly, guidance counselors and PTAs frequently invite Bob to speak at their college seminars and conferences.
Why Bob? He knows where all the buried treasure can be found, how to read between the lines, how important a single detail can be. He knows the importance of good timing. As Bob advises, "When it comes to free money, delay is always measured in dollars rather than days."
Bob is a graduate engineer from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a Master’s degree in business. As president of American College Savers, he has helped thousands of parents save millions of dollars in college tuition. Who says so?