by Ryan S. Galiotto, CFP®
The amount of education debt is growing quickly within the very demographic most firms are trying to reach, making student loan planning essential for the longevity of your firm.
January 29, 2019. 2pm Eastern.
Join January’s Journal of Financial Planning contributors Ryan S. Galiotto CFP® and Joseph Orsolini, CFP® as they discuss why college planning is a critical part of the work they do with clients. The student loan crisis has a tremendous impact on the economy and the multiple generations of families challenged by the sky-rocketing cost of college and subsequent amount of student debt. The panel will explore the current student loan/student debt landscape, arguing both the business case and the social imperative for financial planners to incorporate comprehensive education planning into their practice. This online and interactive roundtable conversation will be moderated by an FPA host.
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