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Educating Young People About Money

July 7, 2018
Whenever I tell clients that I have something that will help them to educate their children about money, most of them are eager to listen. By teaching children the fundamentals of money management, a parent can help them make sound financial decisions as [...]
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Should Your Kids Pay for College?

March 9, 2017
The Situation
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Can 529 Money Pay for College Abroad?

June 2, 2015
One of my clients, let’s call her Janice, very conscientiously put money into a 529 college savings plan for years. She wanted to make sure there was enough money, when the time came, for her daughter to go to whatever school she wanted (and could gain [...]
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How Rich is Too Rich for College Aid?

February 16, 2015
You may be doing pretty well financially, but that doesn’t mean paying for college is not a concern, or that you don’t want the most bang for your education buck. If you’re like me, you also don’t want to see your son or daughter graduate up to their [...]
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An Education Tsunami is Coming: Rethink Your Family’s Approach to the Expense of College

August 13, 2013
With back to school season upon us, the world of education your children and grandchildren face is not the one you grew up in. For starters, a college degree is much more expensive today, and this is reflected in sky-high levels of student debt. [...]
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College Costs WHAT?

August 2, 2012
This year the estimated average cost of a public/state college is $22,300, and the average price at private universities is $43,500 (including tuition, room, board, books and fees).  The cost of college is rising faster than the rate of inflation, by [...]
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