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RDFA College Entrance Game Plan Workshops



To all clients and friends of RDFA, we are very excited to offer a workshop to help with college planning on the dates below.  Parents, do you think you have the college process all figured out?  What if you could get an inside scoop into the BIGGEST and costliest mistakes that families of ALL income levels make every year?  These problems often lead to tears and stress for kids and parents alike. 


We have invited college expert Dan Bisig, co-author of College Entrance Game Plan to come share his words of wisdom.  In this 90 minute presentation and discussion, Dan will pull back the curtain and give parents the truth about the biggest college blunders that are made and how to prevent the same from happening to you.  Dan's goal is to help you send your student to college with as little stress AND debt as possible.  Here is some information on Dan's company:

 If college is in your childs (or grandchilds) future, you do not want to miss this presentation.  We will be holding the presentations at the following dates/times:


* Tuesday, June 27th

* Tuesday, July 18th

* Tuesday, August 29th 


Please RSVP to this email, as seating is limited to the first 15 people per session.  If the demand is there, we will open up additional sessions as we move into the late summer and fall. 


If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask.  We hope you will be able to take advantage of this opportunity.

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John K. Ritter, Jeffrey E. Daniher, Gregory T. Busch, Ronda L. Koehler and Michele R. Daniher are Registered Financial Advisors with NAPFA, the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors. As such, they adhere to NAPFA's strict guidelines regarding full disclosure and acting in the best interest of the client at all times. They are also Certified Financial Planner Licensees, and are therefore entitled to use the CFP mark and logo.