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If you have college-age children, meeting the challenge of paying for their college education is getting harder as the years go by. Suddenly they have graduated high school and chances are you are not solvent enough to stay on top of the expenses. Since JCN Financial and Tax Advisory Group understands the pressure of meeting those college tuition and housing bills, we have begun to offer a new investment alternative specifically focused on parents of college age (or near-college-age) children.

As part of our new college funding initiative, we will offer periodic seminars in which we will explain all of your options and introduce you to our new investment program. Our seminars are designed to offer an overview of the program. Then we will invite you to meet individually with one of our financial advisors to discuss how we can tailor the program just for you and your children.

Our goal is for you to never overpay for college. Our research shows that many people miss out on valuable tools for college funding, simply because of errors or missteps in planning and paperwork. We want to make sure you never miss a deadline in filing for financial assistance, and that you have a partner to walk you through the steps involved in the planning process. We are prepared to answer every question, help you meet all the deadlines, and choose a plan that best meets your needs. From mentoring and planning to listening and understanding, we will make the college planning and funding process uncomplicated and less intimidating.

We believe it is never too early to start planning for your children’s college education. Even if your child is just entering high school, we can help you navigate the planning process.

Please join us at our next college funding seminar:

Tuesday, September 24th, 2019 6:30PM
Wednesday, September 25th, 2019 6:30PM
Main Library
7711 Goodwood Blvd. • Baton Rouge, LA 70806

Register online: 
RSVP Code for 9/24: 15672 • RSVP Code for 9/25: 15674

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