Webinar Recording: Tax Smart Investing

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Whether you do your taxes yourself or hire help with them, educating yourself on the tax implications of your investments is essential. By placing your money in the best investment vehicles during the year, you can ensure tax time will be as painless as possible. This webinar addresses ways your investment accounts affect your taxes, […]

Webinar Recording: How New Parents Can Plan for the Future

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Parenthood is a new frontier, and the challenges keep shifting as time goes by. How can parents prepare for each milestone before it comes? This webinar addresses preschool readiness, college planning, insurance, and retirement planning. In this panel webinar, we pull together three different experts: Debbie Elder, education expert; Chase Tushaus, investment advisor; and Nguyen […]

Webinar Recording: Paying for College

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College is one of the most expensive things a person ever pays for, and prospective students rarely have the resources to pay for it all outright. Luckily, a combination of savings, grants, and loans can often come together to fund the education a student needs. This webinar addresses expenses to expect, grants and scholarships, student […]

Paying for College

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Whether you’re a parent or thinking of paying for your own degree, ways to minimize college costs are surely at the forefront of your mind.

Webinar Recording: Protecting Yourself from Investment Fraud

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Investment fraud is the illegal sale of investment instruments. It can also involve selling you investments on false pretenses. These kinds of scams can promise guaranteed high returns, yet leave you with nothing. This webinar addresses red flags in potential investments, how to check a broker’s credentials, and what to do if you do become […]

Webinar Recording: Making Sense of the College Application Process

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Many students and parents assume applying for college is difficult and burdensome, but it doesn’t have to be if it’s managed right. This webinar addresses how to get started, student and parent responsibilities, and a timeline for getting everything done. Julia Tushaus, a college counselor, presents. As someone who’s helped countless high school students choose […]

Webinar Recording: Choosing the Right College for You

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When it’s time for a graduating student to choose a college, it can be hard to narrow down the most important factors. The student and their family may have slightly different priorities, both of which are important. This webinar addresses factors like student interest, chances of acceptance, and financing. Julia Tushaus, college counselor, presents. She’s […]

Webinar Recording: Prepare to be a Great College Parent

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Society gives a clear roadmap for parenting young children, but the role of a college parent often remains unspoken and undefined. How can parents support their college students without overparenting or keeping them from feeling like young adults? This webinar addresses defining roles, allowing young adults to make mistakes, and teaching life skills ahead of […]

Webinar Recording: Transitioning from High School to College for the Neurodiverse Student

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Students with special needs often receive adaptations and services during the high school years. Many parents assume that after 18, their child will have to manage without help. In reality, there are more options in college as well. This webinar addresses available supports and planning for educational goals. Stephanie Martin, the presenter, is president of […]

College Planning

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About 66% of employees with a bachelor’s degree enjoy an average of 66% more income than their counterparts with only a high school diploma. This is one of many reasons why you might want to go to college. Perhaps you also want to set up your children for success and want to start saving for […]