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Kevin Nolan, FIC

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3975 Fair Ridge Dr., Suite 315N
Fairfax, Va 22033

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Kevin Nolan has one overriding primary goal, providing financial wellness education and guidance for families, corporate executives and entrepreneurs. He joined The College Funding Coach® to help teach parents how to pay for their children’s college education without sacrificing their ability to plan for their own retirement.

Kevin began his financial services career in 2012 after a 25 year career working primarily in the industrial products supply markets, the last 15 as a business owner. Above all else he wanted to help families at all stages protect themselves against an early unexpected death all the way up through to outliving their financial retirement resources. The one missing piece one in which he shared the frustration of parents everywhere was how to accomplish the formers while providing resources for his own children’s educations.

This led to his joining The College Funding Coach® in 2018 with the mission of delivering the workshop entitled, “Little-Known Secrets of Paying for College,” to every single family facing the same perplexing planning questions he faced. The class focuses on legal strategies for qualifying for more financial aid, and leveraging assets to make money work more effectively and efficiently – in the end reducing the total cost of attendance. Kevin provides workshops each year for thousands of families and regularly meets with parents face-to-face to both quantify the costs of paying for college and provide guidance in identifying strategies to make college more affordable.

Kevin was born in Washington, DC and raised in Rockville, Maryland. He graduated from St. John’s College, High School in DC and then from The University of Maryland, College Park. He currently resides in Bethesda, Maryland, enjoys spending time with his children and volunteering with many organizations including the Knights of Columbus and Catholic Charities in the Greater Washington, DC Region, any project providing food and aid for the homeless.