PRLog - Jan. 15, 2013 - COTTAGE GROVE, Minn. -- http://youtu.be/
The cost of a college education has skyrocketed and as a result, most parents with college bound students feel completely overwhelmed. College Planning Relief® (CPR) was developed to provide a comprehensive approach for offering parents the ability to make informed decisions in college planning without threatening their financial goals.
Rick Wagner recently announced the integration of CPR – College Planning Relief® into his financial services practice Legacybuilders(123collegeplan.com)
Rick is actively scheduling free presentations through schools, churches, and businesses wishing to educate parents of college bound high school students. Parents interested in more information about informed college selection while preserving their retirement are encouraged to contact at 123collegeplan.com.
Rick has been assisting and educating individuals and families with retirement planning, insurance planning and other financial goals for over 12 years. His interest in College Planning began when he noticed that students and parents were struggling to find a way to pay for a college education without taking on a great deal of debt or dipping into their retirement resources. Rick’s goal of helping families plan for a secure and debt free future, which was not possible with the student loan debt that so many clients were taking on, led them the specialty of College Planning and Funding. They have undergone extensive training and are Registered Licensees of College Planning Relief, a College Planning Relief Specialist.
Also, Rick has written numerous articles on the College Planning process, safer money alternatives to roller coaster investing, and being featured on radio programs regarding College Planning, There is a lot of economic turmoil in the College planning process, it's more important than ever to plan ahead...even if you're in the late stages of the game! If you’re in the greater Twin Cities area and throughout Minnesota and Wisconsin we can help you plan...even if you think it's too late. Go to 123collegeplan for the next workshop and see how we can help!