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The Philadelphia Inquirer: Parents, Do you Steal your Retirement Money to Pay for College?

Bill Van Sant, senior vice president and managing director at Univest Wealth Management, was included in an article in the Philadelphia Inquirer discussing how parents can tackle college costs for their children. “You should have the hard conversation with your kids. In some families, it feels like the kids are making the decisions, going to colleges where their friends attend or which have prestige. They don’t understand what the impact is on their parents,” he said.

Check out the full article here: http://www2.philly.com/philly/business/retirement-college-tuition-student-loans-univest-merrill-lynch-penn-mutual-20181129.html

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