College Planning 101: Understanding the Big Picture

U.S. college costs are rising but so are the numbers of students attending colleges and universities. Research shows that there are long-term benefits of obtaining a higher education for the student and society at large including: expanded job opportunities, increased public engagement, a diverse array of cultural enrichment experiences and scientific advances, prolonged national prosperity and sustained personal financial security. With those factors in mind, it’s never too early – or too late – to start building a solid foundation for your child’s college years.

Give the Gift that Will Not Be Outgrown

When a gift is needed on short notice, do you find yourself scurrying around and wondering what to give? Think education and give the gift that will never be outgrown.

Do You Plan Based On Silly Predictions?

February 2nd is Groundhog Day, a day when we gleefully look to a large species of squirrel to provide our 6-week weather forecast. Luckily, a lot more of financial planning can be controlled than the weather.

By: Harris Financial Advisors | On: June 3, 2016 | Category: College Planning |

College Bound? Critical Documents Every 18-Year Old Needs To Complete

Have your estate planning attorney draft documents for your college-bound child to make her wishes known and to appoint an agent to make healthcare and financial decisions in the event of a disabling event or accident.