How Advisers are Helping Clients Rethink Their Kids’ College Experience

The American College of Financial Services
December 7, 2020

During the COVID-19 pandemic, college students have been forced to adapt to a new type of learning environment. With online, at-home classes becoming the norm and extracurricular and social activities being cancelled, many families are beginning to question the value of a traditional college education given its exorbitant price tag.

Ross Riskin, Associate Professor of Taxation and CFP®/ChFC® Program Director, says financial advisors can demonstrate additional value during this time by informing students and families about job prospects and what resources they’ll need to reach career goals. Learn more in this article from InvestmentNews.

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