There are a few things I’m known for.


Among friends, it’s my sense of humor, and I’m certain there are at least three embarrassing Karaoke videos of me floating around the internet somewhere.


Professionally, I believe my clients appreciate the time I take to address their needs personally (I also like to think they enjoy my sense of humor), and they know I’d never give them advice I wouldn’t follow myself.


As a father of 5 young boys, the topic of college tuition costs is something I preach about frequently. Whether it’s to clients, friends, family, or my computer screen, I am constantly opposing the insane financial reality of sending a child off for their post-secondary education.


August is a busy month for everyone with back-to-school, college launches, empty nests, and for many, a looming relationship with student debt. That being said, I decided to share a few articles on my blog I’ve read recently that provide solid opinions, statistics, and enlightenment on the rising cost of education.


As a financial advisor, it’s my deepest desire to provide solid advice on saving, spending, investing, and living. Join me on my journey to change the status quo of college costs for the next generation of parents and students.


Interested in talking about it?


Email DGaynes@intfingroup.com or call my office at 770-353-6400.

I recommend reading these articles:

Forbes | Parents: Don’t Sacrifice Yourselves On The Altar Of Your Children’s Education


The Wall Street Journal | In Reversal, Colleges Rein In Tuition



The New York Times | Is The Cost of College Tuition Really Too High?



The Atlantic | This Is the Way the College ‘Bubble’ Ends




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