The coronavirus pandemic brought major changes to higher education. Ranging from where to attend classes to exploring the upcoming financial aid filing season, there are a lot of important factors to consider. Hear from professor and education planning expert, Ross Riskin, CPA/PFS, in this podcast as he shares new strategies around:
Using 529 plan distributions for room and board when a child is living at home
What to know about the FAFSA process for the fall semester
CARES Act relief provisions and planning strategies for student loan repayments
Deeper education planning questions that go beyond finances
Access the related resources from this podcast:
The Adviser’s Guide to Education Planning: covers how to get started, tax planning considerations, and special planning considerations for high net worth individuals, business owners, divorced couples, and grandparents. (Free Excerpt)
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