College Dreams During Graduation Season

Why Dream? Exemplar Financial Network can help you plan your children's college education.
May 22, 2014 - PRLog -- When a niece or nephew graduates high school and is taking that momentous leap into adulthood known as college it gives young parents pause for thought;  How will you be able to send your own young children to college?

Exemplar Financial Network has a team of financial advisors that assist individuals in the daunting task of saving for college.  Whether your child is currently in school and considering the college of their dreams, or you are just starting your family, planning for their educational future can seem overwhelming.  A professional financial advisor doesn’t plan for college once in a lifetime, but everyday as they meet with individuals with a goal of providing a quality higher education for their children.  Sorting through the vast amount of information on college planning is easier when parents seek the assistance of professional financial advice.

Some of the ways Financial Advisors assist parents on the road to college planning are:

·        Helping them select the right investments based on the age of their children

·        Assist parents while they navigate through the Financial Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

·        Discuss how sending children to college will impact their tax return

·        Work through financial calculators to accurately determine the cost of higher education

If you would like to inquire about the services an  Exemplar Financial Network advisor can provide for parents considering college for their children call 815.459.4550.

Securities and investment advisory services offered through Cetera Advisor Networks LLC, member FINRA/SIPC.  Exemplar Financial Network is not an affiliate of Cetera Advisor Networks.

Beth Lopez
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