The Problem with College Planning

Most advisors don't have adequate college-planning training. The result? Families are left short on cash flow, says advisor Beth V. Walker.

A lack of training results in advisors leaving families short on cash flow when kids are in college, says wealth advisor Beth V. Walker.

Walker also notes in a recent article for Rethinking 65 that as unbelievable as it may seem, college costs are likely to double or triple for many families.

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