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Education: A Panel Discussion by NJBIZ – Oct 17th

Steven Sirot, President and Chief Executive Officer at College Benefits Research Group, is participating as a panelist in Education: A FREE Panel Discussion hosted by NJBIZ, scheduled for October 17, 2018 from 8:00-10:00 AM at The Imperia, 1714 Easton Ave., Somerset,...

Quick Tips for Avoiding Common SAT Mistakes

The SAT is a mountain that nearly every high school student must climb. Test-taking anxiety and fear of performing poorly overwhelm many students, and they don’t perform as well as they could. If you’re dreading the SAT, here are some practical tips you can apply to...

Steven Sirot Featured In The Star-Ledger

College Benefits Research Group Co-Founder, Steven Sirot Featured In The Star-Ledger -College Planner offers a step-by-step guide to fill out crucial FAFSA form-   Steven Sirot, Co-Founder, College Benefits Research Group (CBRG), was recently featured in The...

College Savings and Divorce – What to Expect

Divorce is never a pleasant subject, even in the most amicable of cases. No matter what your relationship may be, it can be deeply uncomfortable having to work with your ex for any length of time. However, planning for your children’s college requires a level of...

Wayne Elks Lodge College Planning Workshop

College Benefits Research Group (CBRG) is sponsoring a free college planning community workshop for parents and their college bound students. The workshop at the Wayne Elks Lodge will focus on strategies for maximizing your family’s college financial aid and lowering...

Biggest Mistakes Parents Make Paying for College

College expenses are creeping up every year. In fact, “creeping” might just be a huge understatement. The truth is that the cost of college is wildly out of control and paying for your child’s educational expenses out of pocket is becoming more and more unlikely. To...

College Primer for Incoming Freshmen

College is an exciting time for students. For most people, college is their first time living independently. Because of that, however, it’s also just as intimidating. Entering college is a culture shock. Living alone, creating your schedule, and attending classes take...