Our financial markets are at a crossroads and pivotal point with three women dominating the news. Janet Yellen will discuss interest rates, Hilary Clinton competes with Bernie Sanders in the California presidential election, and Angela Merkle deals with Great Britain and hold the European Union together.
The foundation of successful college planning is to start saving as early as possible. But there is more than saving money to successful college planning. – Quint Cook, Executive Vice President/Wealth Consultant
02/29/12: With college tuition on the rise, no parent desires to throw away money on their child’s education. Here are three ideas you can implement to help pay for your child’s college tuition and also encourage them to be a responsible student. This is the same advice Greg Powell, CIMA, President/CEO, Wealth Consultant at fi-Plan Partners, gives to his clients.
Share this insight with your friendsIn my years as a Financial Planning Consultant, I’ve worked with countless parents that are preparing financially for their “old chip off the block” to enter the world of higher education. Well, over the last few months I’ve had the opportunity to put my years of advice to the test as I experience the process first hand. You see, my bundle of joy, has started the mind numbing process of college selections. For those of you who are currently or soon to be venturing down that rabbit hole, consider closely these five quick reference steps. […]
Every May I start receiving phone calls from the children and grandchildren of our clients who are graduating seniors in college still searching for their very first job. Needless to say, this year, with the economy recovering, the calls have increased. The outlook for finding a job isn’t that good if you are this close to graduation and still looking.