Planning for Education Expenses Amid Change

The American College of Financial Services
Journal of Accountancy
July 1, 2021

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic turned planning for college tuition and other expenses upside-down, higher education was going through a transformational period that required advisors and clients to plan more carefully for students’ needs. Assistant Professor of Taxation and education planning expert Ross Riskin says considering tax efficiency, return on investment, and other factors is a key part of this decision-making process.

Read more from Riskin in this interview from the Journal of Accountancy.

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