Planning for College
Gulp. Get ready, because it’s coming. The investment in a four-year college or university (and beyond) is growing by leaps and bounds. That means, if you plan on contributing to your children’s education, you better have an investment plan that grows by leaps and bounds, too. Each education strategy comes with its own advantages and disadvantages. Your 360 Financial Advisor will take a comprehensive view of your family situation. Together, we’ll help you determine how to plan for and how to pay for the investment of a four-year degree.
College is a tremendous investment. It’s best to have a plan so you can make it a tremendous experience.
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-Carl Strozyk, President
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i95 Business Highlights Carl Strozyk and 360 Financial Group as Harford County Business Leader
As part of its August issue, i95 Business shined a spotlight on Harford County business leaders, and Carl Strozyk of 360 Financial Group is honored to be chosen.
Click here to see the full article on page 49: http://i95business.com/2017/08/partners-financial-journey/
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