With graduation season upon us, parents of expectant college students will soon begin scouring a number of stores to purchase items off of their future campus dweller’s dormitory checklist.
Many of your own clients will be among the crowds sifting through jam-packed aisles in search of calculators, twin sheets and plenty of school spirit apparel. After all, they have spent months, even years, of saving and following your college planning strategy to send their kids to university. Some of them may think…
Little do these dedicated moms and dads know, there is one item that each incoming freshman actually has to have that can’t be found in a sea of shoppers—financial advice. It is important that your clients fiscally prepare their recent graduates for the next four years, just as they would for any other life decision.
Luckily, they have you to lead them in the right direction to help ensure that their students can steer clear of the financial downfalls many college students face. Below is a Freshman Financial Checklist for you to provide to your clients’ incoming college students.