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Barron's Advisor:      "Divorce Can Cost You. Don't Overlook These 8 Financial Matters."

Barron's Advisor:      "Divorce Can Cost You. Don't Overlook These 8 Financial Matters."

Divorces can be upsetting and complicated, but the aftermath can be worse if important financial details get overlooked.

Big-ticket items like paying for college, taxes, and insurance often aren’t factored into divorce decrees, and the financial impact can be devastating.

In this Barron's article, San Juan Capistrano Financial Advisor Megan Stirrat weighs in on 8 ways you can avoid costly mistakes during divorce.


Barron's Advisor:&#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; <br/>"9 Sources for College Cash When Savings Come Up Short"

Barron's Advisor:                 
"9 Sources for College Cash When Savings Come Up Short"

College acceptance letters are starting to come in, and now is the time when many families start thinking about how they are going to pay for what could be a sizable bill.

"Taking into account tuition and fees, and food and housing costs, one year for an undergraduate can easily run in the $80,000 to $85,000 range for more expensive private schools, and in the $30,000 to $50,000 range for state schools."

In this article from Barron's Advisor, Financial Advisor Megan Stirrat speaks with personal finance reporter, Cheryl Winokur Munk, on ways that college students and their families can potentially offset some of their higher education expenses. 

Female-led $325M duo launch sports and ENTERTAINMENT-FOCUSED firm with LPL

Female-led $325M duo launch sports and ENTERTAINMENT-FOCUSED firm with LPL

“There are huge opportunities in the sports field, especially now that college athletes can be paid. We want to educate them and help prepare them for a more confident financial future,” Hardt said in a statement.

The advisors are passionate about helping women understand their finances and financial goals, and often take part in events and initiatives aimed at supporting women to find their financial futures and their voices.


LPL Lands Pair of Merrill Lifers Producing $2 Million in California

 
“Before we were working for Merrill, now we have LPL Financial working for us,” Stirrat said in an interview. “Our team gets to decide the direction and the culture of that team that we want to build and the type of practice that we really want to grow for our clients..."